MELBOURNE, Aug 6 (Reuters) - Papua New Guinea's Ok Tedi
copper and gold mine suspended output on Wednesday for at least
14 days, after seven workers tested positive for the
coronavirus, the mine operator said.
The company said it was immediately suspending operation for
at least two weeks "to limit further transmission and allow
contact tracing, isolation and testing procedures to be
implemented," Chief Executive Musje Werror said.
(Reporting by Sonali Paul; Editing by Edmund Blair)