Coronavirus live updates: China’s economy shrinks, Wuhan death toll revised, Trump shares guidelines to reopen

Coronavirus live updates: China’s economy shrinks, Wuhan death toll revised, Trump shares guidelines to reopen


Workers at U.S.-owned plants along the border in Mexico erupted into protests this week, citing a series of deaths they say were the result of the coronavirus and should result in their factories being shut down.

These “maquiladoras,” as they are known, form a key part of the cross-border trade with the United States, as they churn out heating controls, car seats and assorted technology for owners and consumers to the north.

In Ciudad Juárez, which sits across from El Paso, more than 250,000 people work in such factories, the Dallas Morning News reported, and 12 of the city’s 20 fatalities were linked to the maquiladoras.

Although many laborers have been furloughed, some plants in cities like Juárez have remained open, as companies like Honeywell say their production lines remain vital during the pandemic, according to Reuters.

Even after the Mexican government ordered nonessential industries to suspend operations, one U.S. manufacturing association has pushed for changes to Mexico’s list of “essential” industries so more factories can reopen, the news agency reported.

Protesters at plants across the Mexican border this week, however, have called for shutdowns with full pay. They pointed to poor health conditions inside the plants and a series of employee deaths.

None of the companies directly attributed these fatalities to the virus, though demonstrators have insisted otherwise.

In Juárez, workers at a plant for the carmaker Lear died of “respiratory illnesses,” the company told Reuters, adding that it halted employee activity in the city by the start of April.

Across from San Diego in Tijuana, a worker at Honeywell plant died after failing a medical screening, being turned away from work, and quarantining themselves, though the manufacturers said covid-19 had not been confirmed as the cause of death.

Honeywell told Reuters that it closed the factory two days for cleaning.

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