Meatpoultry.com will update this map throughout the COVID-19 outbreak.
The company also sent home hundreds of employees in Georgia as a precaution.
This is the first confirmed case since 2017.
The company will follow guidance of government officials for the next step.
The plants in Rochelle, Ill., and Alma, Kan., closed for 14 days.
Guidance provides flexibility for producers to shift operations to meet retail demand.
The meat processor alleges that the union has breached its collective bargaining agreement.
Temple Grandin discusses how COVID-19 has affected her life and how it has her seeking a solution.
Processing at the facility has been closed since April 6.
Chicken, beef and lamb products are just a few of the available options for consumers.