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Trucks stand at the Toennies GmbH meat plant near Guetersloh, Germany, on June 17.
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A German meatpacking plant was ordered to shut after hundreds of workers became infected by the coronavirus, adding to a string of outbreaks at slaughterhouses across Europe.