The Washington Post reports:
Tesla’s Bay Area production plant recorded hundreds of covid-19 cases following CEO Elon Musk’s defiant reopening of the plant in May, according to county-level data obtained by a legal transparency website.
Musk fought vigorously against the county-mandated shutdown, arguing Tesla should be allowed to continue producing cars despite the stay-at-home orders. In late April, he railed against the government mandates, hurling expletives during an earnings call and calling them “fascist.”
By May 11, he said Tesla was reopening, ultimately drawing support from anti-shutdown crowds and even President Donald Trump.
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Tesla’s SF area factory recorded 450 #COVID19 cases in workers following CEO Elon Musk’s defiant reopening of the plant in May, according to county-level data obtained by a legal transparency website. Musk dared officials to arrest him. 🧵 https://t.co/KfpuDMBzco
— Eric Feigl-Ding (@DrEricDing) March 13, 2021