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Coronavirus 'exposure' spike at Tesla Fremont factory: Report
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Tesla has reportedly experienced a spike in coronavirus exposure among employees at its Fremont Factory in California.
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More than 130 Tesla workers, plus a dozen contractors and temporary employees, have tested positive for COVID-19, industry news website Electrek reported, citing leaked internal data from the Palo Alto, California-based electric automaker.
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More than 1,550 employees have also been “affected” by COVID-19 cases, meaning they’ve been exposed to other workers with the virus, according to the report. Most of them have not been tested or the company doesn’t know whether they’ve been tested.
Tesla didn’t immediately respond to questions from FOX Business.