BEIJING, June 13 (Xinhua) — Laurie Shelby, head of Tesla’s health department, sent an email to employees at the City of Fillon on Thursday to allay concerns about new cases of pneumonia among employees. But some employees said they remained concerned about new cases and lax control measures at the Finmon plant, despite Shelby’s “commitment.”
“Since re-birth, we have added 0 new cases in our workplace,” Shelby wrote in an email. Outside the workplace, the new crown pneumonia is mainly transmitted through family members and roommates. In most cases, employees will comply with prevention and control regulations, notify their superiors, isolate or conduct tests at home. “
But Shelby didn’t explain how Tesla came to that conclusion or how it determined when and where its employees were infected.
A few days ago, The Washington Post reported that Tesla’s seat manufacturing plant, a few miles from the main plant, had tested positive for the new crown virus.
Three production line employees reported to CNBC that they would not be able to produce the cars if they complied with the controls required by the Alameda County Public Health Department.