Building at Ford Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne closed after worker tests positive for COVID-19

Ford Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne, Mich. (WDIV)

DETROIT – The final assembly building at Ford’s Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne closed temporarily after an employee tested positive for coronavirus.

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According to a representative with the company, the building will be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected during the closure.

Employees who had direct contact with the employee have been asked by Ford to self-quarantine and seek medical attention.

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