Foreign media reported that due to the high priority of the manufacturing labor force, the employees of Tesla Fremont factory were also exempted from the new covid-19 health directive issued by California.Earlier, California governor Gavin Newsom announced new measures to ease the spread of covid-19. The new rules come into effect on Saturday, when the state will ban unnecessary work and private gatherings between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m., and encourage people to stay at home as much as possible.
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In fact, as early as March this year, Tesla on the Amida County epidemic prevention policy expressed strong resistance. In order to keep the, the company even went to court with the government.
Executives wanted to make their plant a "critical infrastructure," but on March 19th Tesla finally said it would comply and shut down the plant on March 23.
The plant's "basic business" includes the assembly of Model 3、Model S、Model S、 and Model Y models.
And in May, Tesla CEO Elon Musk made a high profile that even in violation of local asylum orders, he would insist on reopening the Fremont plant, even at the expense of courting the local government and threatening to move the business out of California.
However, in the face of huge public health risks, the external view of the company has also changed. Especially after the factory restart, at least six Tesla employees were detected COVID-19 positive.
Ironically, musk revealed last week that he may have moderate symptoms of new coronal infection. Officials in Amida county can still issue more stringent home quarantine directives than at the state level, though they have not yet done so.
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