Tyson Foods (TSN) has seen hundreds of its meat processing workers infected with the coronavirus, with the latest cluster seen at a Goodlettsville, Tennessee, plant, where about 90 employees have tested positive for COVID-19.

The outbreak at the plant was confirmed by the Metro Public Health Department for Nashville and Davidson County, where about 60 of the workers live, according to the Tennessean.

Beyond the Goodlettsville facility, a Tyson Foods plant in Columbus Junction, Iowa, has 186 workers that also tested positive for COVID-19, USA Today reported. Two workers from the plant reportedly died from coronavirus.

Tennessee is calling for meat producer to shut the Goodlettsville plant, USA Today reported. The plant in Iowa is currently closed.

Tyson Foods told the Tennessean that it is working with the Metro Public Health Department. On Friday, Tyson issued a statement about its safety protocols during the coronavirus pandemic. The company said it is restricting visitor access in its plants, using walk-through temperature scanners, requiring face coverings, and increase the distance between workers through dividers and barriers.

“This is an ever-changing situation and we are committed to exploring every way possible for keeping our team members safe,” Senior Vice President Hector Gonzalez said in a statement about the coronavirus safety measures.

Shares of Tyson stock were up 3.50% as of 3:36 p.m. EDT on Monday.

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A package of Tyson Foods Inc. brand bacon is arranged for a photograph in a refrigerator in Tiskilwa, Illinois, U.S., on Tuesday, July 28, 2015. Getty Images/Daniel Acker/Bloomberg