2,500 workers in the factory producing gloves in Malaysia caught corona
It was stated that half of the factory was closed after the coronavirus (Covi-19) was seen in 2 thousand 500 employees in Top Glove, the world’s largest latex glove manufacturer, Malaysia-based.
Top Glove, the world’s largest manufacturer of latex gloves, headquartered in Malaysia, announced that after approximately 2,500 factory employees tested positive for coronavirus, they decided to close more than half of the factory. It has been stated that Top Glove has provided protective equipment to many countries since the beginning of the epidemic.
He stated that Top Glove has temporarily halted production at 28 factories outside the capital Kuala Lumpur, but that manufacturers will not experience any problems in glove production. It was stated that Top Glove company operates 47 factories, 41 of which are in Malaysia. While the collective cases reached a record level with 2 thousand 188 cases per day across the country, the total number of cases in the country increased to 58 thousand 847.