Idaho lumber employees test positive for COVID
November 9, 2020 | 10:31 am CST
PRINCETON, Idaho - Multiple employees at Idaho-based Bennett Lumber have tested positive for COVID-19. 
Company spokesperson Teresa Quimby said a "couple" of employees tested positive for the coronavirus and others are awaiting results after being tested. Quimby said the company believes employees became infected after attending a wedding they attended late October.
Shifts have been reduced from two to one. Social distancing requirements are still in place.
Bennett Lumber Products, Inc. is a family-owned company based out of Princeton, Idaho, which owns approximately 70,000 acres of forest land in northern Idaho and eastern Washington. 

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