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Tesla: Tesla Puts its Plan to Reopen its Auto Factory this Week on Hold


David Mudd

Tesla asked some of its workers to return to the production plant in Fremont, California. There is still a stay-at-home order remaining in the place. It was the last month when Tesla closed all the production plants in the country as the response to stay-at-home order. After all, most of the industrial productions were halted because of the coronavirus outbreak.

The order says it will be valid up to May 3. Sunday. But reports say that Tesla asked some workers to start work on April 29. The recalled workers include the ones responsible for paint and stamping operations. Fremont section employing about 10,000 people in it.


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Tesla Doing it Again

This is not the first time Tesla making headlines with violation of rules. They defied to close production plants when the order became active. That was the time when the government asked all the nonessential businesses to shut down. After discussions with state and federal officials, Tesla agreed to temporarily close all production.

According to experts, the company is causing 300 million of cash burning per week. This concludes all the reasons behind Tesla’s eager mind to set back the business into action. It may not make much difference if they open the facility two or three days before the last day of lockdown. But it will a hard hit for the company if the stay-at-home order extended beyond May 3.


It was a big disappointment happened to Tesla that the temporary closure started just after the first deliveries for the new Model Y electric crossover.

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