KUALA LUMPUR: Kossan Rubber Industries Bhd has temporarily suspended operations at one of its plant in Klang after 427 employees were infected with Covid-19. "The affected plant premise is temporarily closed to carry out disinfection and sanitisation procedures and is expected to resume operations in stages starting from 21 December 2020," the glove maker said in a filing with Bursa Malaysia today. With the temporary closure of the affected plant premise, the capacity loss is estimated to be less than 1% of the total annual output volume. "Other production facilities at different locations are operating normally," it said. Kossan became the latest large scale glove producer to halt operations after their workers were infected by the virus that had wreaked production havoc at Top Glove Corp Bhd and Hartalega Holdings Bhd. Kossan said the cases were detected after the company started testing all its employees since Dec 4. "The screening exercise covers all plant premises and corporate offices in Klang and is expected to be completed by Dec 17," it said. To-date, Kossan has screened closed to 7000 employees and only one of its plant recorded a total of 427 detected COVID-19 cases. "All affected employees are currently receiving medical treatment at government medical facilities and all employees in the affected plant premise are placed under quarantine and isolation and will undergo subsequent screening," it said.
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