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Procter & Gamble confirms one employee tested positive for coronavirus at Browns Summit plant

The company said the plant was never shut down due to the case but cleaning and contact tracing was done.

GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — Procter & Gamble told WFMY News 2 that once they knew an employee at the Browns Summit plant had symptoms, they started contact tracing and cleaning while waiting for the test results.

Below is a statement from Procter & Gamble on cleaning procedures:

The Governor's Office gives guidelines for that type of cleaning at companies and said the health department should be notified of any positive cases.

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