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Corona infection at Scan in Kristianstad

According to information received by Kristianstadsbladet, employees at a large workplace in Kristianstad have fallen ill with Covid-19. The company does not wish to comment.
According to information, several employees at the food company HK Scan are infected with Covid-19. Scan has several hundred employees.
According to information, several employees at the food company HK Scan are infected with Covid-19. Scan has several hundred employees.
Foto: Bosse Nilsson

According to the source, many employees at HK Scan have tested positive for Covid-19. At the same time, others are at home waiting for test results. According to the source, many of the employees are worried – the employer is providing very little information about which guidelines apply.

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For the sake of the integrity of our employees, we do not wish to comment on information concerning individual employees

HK Scan's Communications Manager, Ylva Swenzén, does not wish to make any comments on the information.

“For the sake of the integrity of our employees, we do not wish to comment on information concerning individual employees or whether anyone is infected or not. We are primarily concerned about the health and safety of our colleagues. We work, of course, with strict hygiene regulations and routines to minimise the risks of the occurrence and spread of infection in the business ", she writes in a text message.

"Production and deliveries continue to run without disruption," she writes.

Kristianstadsbladet has been in contact with three union representatives at the company. Nobody wishes to comment. They refer to the communications manager Ylva Swenzén.