Tesla California factory operating normally despite county coronavirus lockdown order: witness

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By Nathan Frandino and Shannon Stapleton

FREMONT, Calif. (Reuters) – Tesla Inc’s (O:) U.S. vehicle factory in California on Wednesday appeared to operate normally despite an order by the county’s sheriff’s office to comply with a three-week lockdown in the San Francisco Bay Area to rein in the spread of coronavirus.

Thousands of cars were visible on the factory’s employee parking lot and employees were going to work, Reuters witnesses saw.

Several 18-wheeler container trucks were also seen pulling onto the factory grounds, according to the witnesses.

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