An outbreak of cluster infection in an Irish dog food factory!Our products are sold to both domestic and overseas markets

On July 30, the Irish Dog food production plant in Nars, County Kildare, west of Dublin, was forced to close after staff became infected with coVID-19.

The Irish Dog Food factory is a subsidiary of The Quayle Group, a large Irish agricultural and food company, which sells its products to the Irish and overseas markets and employs about 200 people on a permanent basis.

After the workers became infected, the plant took steps to close the plant, quarantined those who found the infection, and began a thorough decontamination process in cooperation with government health authorities.

However, a factory spokesman would not say how many people were infected or when the infection was discovered.But between 30 and 40 workers have been found to be infected, according to Irish government officials.