11 cases linked to fruit farm

Farm workers lay down a reflective material to help apples with ripening at a farm near Grand Rapids. Ten new cases of COVID-19 in Columbia County were traced to an unidentified fruit farm. County health officials said they could not name the farm or where it is located. Mandi Wright, Detroit Free Press/Tribune News Service

HUDSON — Eleven workers at a fruit farm near Hudson have tested positive for COVID-19, county officials said Monday.

Columbia County Department of Health Director Jack Mabb said Friday 10 fruit farm workers who tested positive were in mandatory quarantine. Another individual tested positive Saturday. Ten people who were in contact with the workers are also in mandatory quarantine.

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