Tesla has reopened its gigafactory in China, at a time when it appears that the country where the pandemic started, has managed to control the situation.
According to the information, Tesla's Chinese factory is currently producing about 3,000 cars a week, and is gradually regulating its production.
More information shows that more factories are opening in the Asian country, such as Toyota, which opened its in Guangzhou (China). Unlike many countries that are currently stalled, China seems to have the situation well under control with things gradually returning to normal.
Despite the reopening in China, Elon Musk, Tesla's CEO, had to close his factory in the United States, which is currently in a situation of growing pandemic, being identified as the next epicenter of the same.
Tesla's plant in Fremont, Calif., Closed this week, and the stock of vehicles the company held there is declining considerably to meet customer demand.