Top Glove Corp., the world’s biggest rubber-glove maker, is screening more workers after some of them at four of its Malaysian factories tested positive for the coronavirus.

The company is “closely monitoring” the situation and is in constant discussion with the management team on development and updates of all its employees involved, the company said in a statement on Saturday.

The Malaysian manufacturer is seeking to avoid a repeat of last year when authorities temporarily closed 28 of its factories after more than 4,000 workers tested positive for the virus. The government in December ended a 28-day lockdown on Top Glove’s worker dormitories after infections there declined.

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