Tyson Foods Takes Action Over Managers' COVID Bets

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7 managers have been fired at Waterloo, Iowa, plant
(Newser) – Tyson Foods has fired seven managers at the nation's biggest pork processing plant after an investigation into allegations that they bet on how many workers would test positive for COVID-19. Tyson hired former US Attorney General Eric Holder to lead the probe; he and his team "looked specifically at the gaming allegations and found sufficient evidence for us to terminate those involved," Tyson rep Gary Michelson tells NPR. At least 1,000 of 2,800 employees at the Waterloo, Iowa, plant tested positive for coronavirus, and at least five died. In a lawsuit filed in November,…
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