How a Somali community took on a Minnesota meatpacking plant to contain a Covid-19 outbreak
Six years ago, 27-year-old Nimo Ibrahim started her new job in boning chickens at Pilgrim's Pride in Cold Spring, Minnesota. The job was a lifeline for the young Somali refugee and single mother of three, as she had no other skills. On April 23, Nimo appeared on her usual night shift, but things in the factory were anything but ordinary. She had started hearing from sick employees.
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