Tesla Drops Lawsuit Against Corona Restrictions

 Electric car maker Tesla has dropped the lawsuit against the Corona crisisgoing-out restrictions at its California headquarters. The judge then dropped the case, according to Wednesday’s court records. Tesla sued Alameda County a good ten days ago because the company believes coronavirus containment regulations unjustifiably prevented production from resuming.

At that time, Tesla boss Elon Musk also announced that he would simply open the plant again in violation of the regulations. In the meantime, the Alameda County Health Department has allowed Tesla to prepare to start up the plant and to get more employees to work. It is still unclear how many of the approximately 10,000 employees will return to the factory. Tesla also got a visit from the local police a few days ago, who checked compliance with precautions such as the use of masks.

California allows for a cautious opening of operations. In Alameda County, a district near San Francisco, in which the Tesla plant in Fremont is located, however, going out restrictions initially extended until the end of the month to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

 

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 Electric car maker Tesla has dropped the lawsuit against the Corona crisis

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