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Roughly a quarter of the workforce at the massive pork plant that dominates the city of Guymon in Oklahoma tested positive for the coronavirus. Three members of the Jimenez family caught the disease, while their patriarch died

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Guymon, Oklahoma, is part of the coronavirus’ new frontier: mostly rural communities with meatpacking plants where employees work inches apart, carpool to their jobs and live in crowded homes. About a quarter of the @SeaboardFoods  workforce is infected

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The coronavirus has torn through the community of Guymon, Oklahoma, home to a large @SeaboardFoods  pork packing plant. “It’s a virus. It doesn’t recognize the color of your skin, socio-economic status, nothing,” said Dr. Martin Bautista

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The coronavirus has torn through the community of Guymon, Oklahoma, home to a large @SeaboardFoods  pork packing plant. “It’s a virus. It doesn’t recognize the color of your skin, socio-economic status, nothing,” said Dr. Martin Bautista

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COVID-19 ripped through the massive pork plant in the city of Guymon in Oklahoma, bringing economic uncertainty, fear and - in the case of one immigrant family - tragedy via @specialreports 

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Local leaders and residents in Guymon, Oklahoma, are torn about how to address the coronavirus pandemic. “It’s a virus. It doesn’t recognize the color of your skin, socio-economic status, nothing,” a local physician says

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The @SeaboardFoods  pork-packing plant in Guymon, Oklahoma, is grappling with coronavirus. "We are being very upfront about making sure employees know that if you’re feeling any symptoms, not feeling right…see your doctors, stay home," its CEO said

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Residents of Guymon, Oklahoma, are divided on how to confront a COVID-19 outbreak in the pork-packing town. Some are afraid. Others say God will protect them. “Being country people, it seems like our immunity is a lot higher, and we have Jesus.”

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Local leaders and residents in Guymon, Oklahoma, are torn about how to address the coronavirus pandemic. “It’s a virus. It doesn’t recognize the color of your skin, socio-economic status, nothing,” a local physician says

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"I think we’re going to see a shift. People are tired of staying in.” In Guymon, opinions run hot in COVID-19 hot spot | @JoshDulaney 

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Residents of Guymon, Oklahoma, are divided on how to confront a COVID-19 outbreak in the pork-packing town. Some are afraid. Others say God will protect them. “Being country people, it seems like our immunity is a lot higher, and we have Jesus.”

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Roughly a quarter of the workforce at the massive pork plant that dominates the city of Guymon in Oklahoma tested positive for the coronavirus. Three members of the Jimenez family caught the disease, while their patriarch died

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COVID-19 ripped through the massive pork plant in the city of Guymon in Oklahoma, bringing economic uncertainty, fear and - in the case of one immigrant family - tragedy via @specialreports 

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The pork-packing plant in Guymon, Oklahoma is both a linchpin of the local economy and a hot spot in the U.S. battle against the new coronavirus via @specialreports 

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Guymon, Oklahoma, is part of the coronavirus’ new frontier: mostly rural communities with meatpacking plants where employees work inches apart, carpool to their jobs and live in crowded homes. About a quarter of the @SeaboardFoods  workforce is infected

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Guymon was on its way to becoming a ghost town, until the opening of a food processing plant Many Mexican immigrants arrived to work there and were responsible for an economic boom [tap to expand]

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