On March 22, Trump had tweeted giving nod to General Motors and Tesla to fabricate ventilators in the course of the time of disaster as a result of outbreak of COVID-19.
- Last Updated: March 27, 2020, 10:03 PM IST
- Edited by: Anirudh SK
In his most up-to-date tweet, US President Donald Trump lashed out on auto majors General Motors and Ford for delaying the manufacturing of ventilators at their plant. In his tweet, Trump urged the businesses to ‘instantly open’ their deserted plant to start out making tools.
General Motors MUST instantly open their stupidly deserted Lordstown plant in Ohio, or another plant, and START MAKING VENTILATORS, NOW!!!!!! FORD, GET GOING ON VENTILATORS, FAST!!!!!! @GeneralMotors @Ford
— Donald J. Trump (@actualDonaldTrump) March 27, 2020
On March 22, Trump had tweeted giving nod to General Motors and Tesla to fabricate ventilators in the course of the time of disaster as a result of outbreak of COVID-19. Ford, General Motors and Tesla are being given the go-ahead to make ventilators and different metallic merchandise, FAST! @fema Go for it auto execs, let’s have a look at how good you might be?” he said on Twitter. It was not immediately clear what Trump meant by the companies “being given the go-ahead.”
Beginning on Thursday, Tesla announced that its workers will receive masks and have their temperature checked prior to entry, Wednesday night’s email said, adding that more hygiene stations will be added and the cleaning frequency of work areas be increased.
The coronavirus outbreak comes as Tesla ramps up production of its Model Y sport utility vehicle at the factory, which Musk has said will see higher demand than all of Tesla’s other models combined.
Separately on Thursday, hundreds of Twitter users welcomed an offer by Musk to make ventilators for coronavirus sufferers, after the United States appealed for donations of respirator masks to combat a shortage
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