By: KDKA-TV News Staff
MORGANTOWN (KDKA) – The former Mylan facility in Morgantown could get a reprieve.
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The facility, which closed last week, has been designated by the federal government as part of the country’s critical infrastructure.
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Union leaders hope the belief is delaying plans to shut down the plant, according to a report by our news partner at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
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Despite the statement, Viatris, the company that was formed when Mylan and Upjohn merged, says its plans haven’t changed.
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