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Toyota Motor Corp. suspended some operations at a plant in Japan after about a dozen workers caught COVID-19, adding to disruptions over in China where a key factory has been shut for more than a week to comply with the country’s mass testing efforts.

The first shift on a production line at Toyota’s Tsutsumi plant has been halted from Wednesday through Saturday, a move that will likely impact output of around 1,500 vehicles, the company said. Toyota’s popular Camry sedan is among the models manufactured at the factory in Toyota, Aichi Prefecture.

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