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Elon Musk threatens to move Tesla HQ out of California over coronavirus restrictions



CNBC’s “Squawk Box” discuss the latest on Tesla including Model 3 sales and CEO Elon Musk’s latest comments about the coronavirus pandemic.

Tesla says it has started the process to resume operations and released a plan to bring its employees and contractors back to work, amid an escalating dispute with local health authorities in California over a shelter-in-place order that has kept the automaker’s Fremont factory idle during the coronavirus pandemic.

“Our restart plan is the result of months of careful planning and preparation,” Tesla’s leadership said in a blog post titled “Getting Back to Work.” “It was modeled after the comprehensive return to work plan we established at our Shanghai Gigafactory, which has seen smooth and healthy operations for the last three months.”

Tesla workers are currently scheduled for shifts this week in Fremont to manufacture Model 3, S and X vehicles, according to company correspondence reviewed by CNBC. Those shifts were scheduled before CEO Elon Musk threatened Saturday to pull Tesla out of California in a dispute over the Fremont factory shutdown.

Tesla has filed a lawsuit against California’s Alameda County, asking a federal court to invalidate orders by local authorities that have prevented the automaker from resuming production.

Tesla argues in the company blog post that the Fremont factory falls under Gov. Gavin Newsom’s essential workforce guidelines and should resume production because it is critical national infrastructure.

“Contrary to the Governor’s recent guidance and support from the City of Fremont, Alameda County is insisting we should not resume operations,” Tesla’s leadership said in the blog post. “This is not for lack of trying or transparency since we have met with and collaborated on our restart plans with the Alameda County Health Care Services Agency.”

Alameda County authorities could not be immediately reached for comment.

Each Tesla facility has a back-to-work plan and a response team, which includes a physician, is establishing health and safety guidelines based on location and job-specific risk assessments, according to the company. In some cases, partitions and barriers have been added to minimize employee interactions.

Tesla’s re-opening plan outlines several safety guidelines and protocols for Tesla workers, including increasing cleaning and disinfection in work areas; enforcing social distancing; controlling access to facilities and imposing temperature checks at some locations.

“We are taking the time we need to get our personnel properly trained before they begin work and all employees must complete an online video training before returning to work at any Tesla facility,” the company said.

The company will also adjust work shifts to control the number of people in one work space and cut shuttle occupancy in half. The company says it will provide personal protective equipment to workers and implement touchless services for people who have direct contact with customers.

Tesla workers who can work from home will continue to do so but those needed for essential operations in the production facilities will come back to work gradually.

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22 Comments
  1. jerryjamify 10 months ago
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    Elon gonna leave Caliphonia the capital phake.

  2. TitaniK 10 months ago
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    Musk; BAH BYE! Bon Voyage

  3. sammy4187 10 months ago
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    YOU KNOW THE TAXES IN CA WILL BE GOING TO GO THRU THE ROOF TO PAY FOR ALL THE GIVE AWAYS. WAIT TILL THEY TELL THE HOMELESS THEY HAVE TO LEAVE THE HOTELS!!!!!
    THE LAWERS WILL BE FLOODING THE STATE WITH LAW SUITS !!!!!!!!!!

  4. PM 10 months ago
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    Morons!

  5. dan abe 10 months ago
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    Tesla didnt qualify for chinese ev subsidies in April but does now. That may have played a part,

  6. Mthobisi Dlamini 10 months ago
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    CNBC are the last people to say fake news

  7. Donald Trump 10 months ago
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    Trump wins again!!!

  8. ernie tab 10 months ago
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    So does this means he innovated the cóvid-19 vaccine and he will protect the life's of the workers if so lets get on it…or Mr Musk they are doing trial in the human you should go and volunteer since you are so worry about you money wealth hopefully you do same for your workers and there love one …as they say if there isn't a human touch no one will have a fortune being rich ..except LOTTERY…and still even in lottery it is nvolved a human touch….

  9. kingorbit 10 months ago
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    Elon lies a lot, in case anyone hasn't noticed.

  10. Andrey Mudik 10 months ago
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    I’m California and I have no clue why anyone would keep their HQ in Cali

  11. Khonh lo 10 months ago
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    Threat or not, he has to think longer term because the biggest problem the Nevada plant has is retaining good workers as no one wants to living in the middle of no where. It sounds nice building a facility at the border of California and Nevada, next to a direct high way network but it's still in the middle of nowhere.

  12. Marvin 99 10 months ago
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    PLS MOVE THEM HERE TO HOUSTON TEXAS OR ANYWHERE HERE IN TEXAS.

  13. Don Donald 10 months ago
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    Musk can't get all the little boys he wants because of virus.

  14. Dare2BUltra. com 10 months ago
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    Tesla is questionable that its a car mfg!

  15. Martin Mdl 10 months ago
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    Clapper and his friends got on CNBC and CNN and chanted "Russia Collusion". At the same time they were testifying in secret, under oath, that there was no evidence. Why would we believe anything that comes from MSDNC? Joe, your ratings problems are self inflicted.

  16. Ricardo Montefalcon 10 months ago
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    Elon musk is selfish … he just want more money than protecting the people working in his company .

  17. Russ Folts 10 months ago
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    If tesla moves is that racist.

  18. UncleJerk 10 months ago
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    Great move Elon👍🏻

  19. B O B Spelled backwards 10 months ago
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    Biggest mistake, being in California, c'mon ELON you're smarter than that cesspool of idiots

  20. Xander Barber 10 months ago
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    "Coronavirus restrictions"

    Sounds like they're moving to a state where X Æ A-12 is a legal name…

  21. hking w 10 months ago
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    Hello, musk,
    I'm in China! I heard you say that your human brain interface may be realized in the human body
    I feel that I have found a savior. Thank you for all you have done for human beings.
    I need your help very much now. My father has serious cerebral hemorrhage now. It has been judged by the hospital in our country that there is no good result, but I want to save my father very much. I hope I can do experiments on my father's body. I don't know where to find you. So I hope my text can be reproduced by netizens and delivered to musk. I'm in Beijing.
    I hope you or your company can contact me if you see this news. My email is 626326872@qq.com. I don't want to lose my father very much. Thank you very much. Please help me reprint! No matter what the result is,
    I also hope for the last time. My father's serious cerebral hemorrhage is still in the hospital in Beijing. I haven't slept for a long time. This may be a piece of news, but there may be a bit of hope. Thank you and good health

  22. Sabrina Marcus 10 months ago
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    👋 see ya! Bye Bye Bye

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