Coronavirus infects 26 employees at Astoria seafood plant

ASTORIA, Ore. (AP) — Health officials in Astoria, Oregon, say 12 more workers at Bornstein Seafoods have tested positive for the coronavirus, bringing the outbreak to 26. The Astorian reports the Clatsop County Public Health Department began testing workers at the seafood processor on May 2 after the company informed the county the day before that an employee had tested positive. The county finished testing all 200 workers earlier this week. Of the positive tests, 17 live in Oregon’s Clatsop County while the rest live in Washington’s Pacific, Grays Harbor and Cowlitz counties. Bornstein Seafoods has temporarily closed two plants at the Port of Astoria.