Tesla on Monday told employees at its California vehicle factory to return to work, a few days after local officials said the plant should remain closed as lockdown measures are still in effect to curb the spread of the CCP virus.
The company referred to an order on Thursday by California’s governor allowing manufacturers to resume operations and said that as of Sunday, previously furloughed employees were back to their regular employment status.
“We’re happy to get back to work and have implemented very detailed plans to help you keep safe as you return,” the email, seen by Reuters, said.
Separately on Monday, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said California should do whatever is necessary to help the electric carmaker reopen its only U.S. vehicle factory if it wants to keep the company in its state.
Read the rest of the story on The Epoch Times
Republished with Permission The Epoch Times SUBSCRIBE
Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE
This is a machismo contest that will be very interesting to see who blinks first. I wouldn’t want to be in the governors shoes if Musk chooses to leave the State.
I guess Hell must have frozen over. I actually agree with something Elon Musk said.