Representatives from state and federal agencies, such as the Oklahoma Army and Air National Guard, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Oklahoma State Department of Health, Oklahoma State University laboratories, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency, speak outside the Seaboard Foods pork processing plant in Guymon, Oklahoma during a visit to the city, May 15, 2020. As of May 19, 2020, Guymon had 650 confirmed cases of COVID-19, making it second in the total number of cases in Oklahoma. Oklahoma City, which has the highest number of COVID-19 cases, has the largest population of any city in Oklahoma, Guymon is 40th. Most the cases were traced back to pork processing plant, which is classified as an essential business and produces roughly 4.2 million pounds of pork products per day while employing about 2,700 employees from the county and surrounding states. (Oklahoma Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Kasey M. Phipps)
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