$540 Million invested into Tyson Foods facilities for protective measures
WALLULA, Wash. — Tyson Foods is investing $540 Million into protective measures against COVID-19 in their facilities, including walk through temperature scanners, workstation dividers, and social distancing monitors.
In April and May, the Wallula plant was hit hard with coronavirus cases.
The company said in a statement Thursday they’ve implemented social media tools “Beekeeper” and “Mobivity” to send out COVID-19 messages in various languages.
“Specifically in Pasco, we have started to use social media tools such as Beekeeper and Mobivity to send out messages related to COVID-19 with the ability to communicate in different languages,” said a Tyson Foods spokesperson.
Tyson believes these implementations will enhance their fight against COVID-19 in their facilities.