A US beef production plant in Green Bay, Wisconsin will temporarily close after 189 coronavirus cases were linked to the facility, the company announced Sunday.
The Green Bay beef plant employees 1,200 people and "feeds nearly 3.2 million Americans every day," according to JBS USA.
A planned reopening date was not given in the initial announcement.
Brown County, where the plant is located, has at least 776 confirmed cases and two deaths related to the virus as of Sunday, according to the county health department.
The Green Bay beef plant is the fourth JBS meat plant to close due to Covid-19.
Greeley, Colorado reopened at a reduced capacity on Friday. A JBS beef plant in Pennsylvania opened back up a week ago. The JBS pork processing facility in Worthington, Minnesota remains closed down indefinitely.