Tesla, whose sole US auto factory in Alameda County employs more than 10,000 workers, has been deemed a non-essential business under the Alameda County Health Order. Photo: Reuters
Tesla, whose sole US auto factory in Alameda County employs more than 10,000 workers, has been deemed a non-essential business under the Alameda County Health Order. Photo: Reuters
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Tesla’s main US factory in San Francisco Bay Area can only maintain minimum basic operations due to coronavirus shutdown

  • Tesla’s auto factory in Alameda County employs more than 10,000 workers and had an annualised production of over 415,000 units by the fourth quarter
  • Under an order from regional authorities, it is deemed a non-essential business and can only maintain basic operations such as inventory, security and payroll

Tesla, whose sole US auto factory in Alameda County employs more than 10,000 workers, has been deemed a non-essential business under the Alameda County Health Order. Photo: Reuters
Tesla, whose sole US auto factory in Alameda County employs more than 10,000 workers, has been deemed a non-essential business under the Alameda County Health Order. Photo: Reuters
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