Messages were left early Wednesday seeking comment from health officials and Tesla. According to the statement, local police will help " to verify Tesla is adhering to physical distancing " as well as other precautionary measures. Two workers who have returned to the plant said they were required to watch a safety-training video. The Detroit automakers' 150,000 US workers are represented by the United Auto Workers union, which has negotiated for added safety precautions.
Speaking in the House of Commons this afternoon, Sunak confirmed that until the end of July there will be no changes to the scheme whatsoever, then from August to September the scheme will continue for all sectors and regions of the United Kingdom but with "greater flexibility".
Since mid-March it has operated a skeleton daily schedule of 30 flights per day between the UK, Ireland and the rest of Europe . The company noted that its summer plans were subject to the lowering of government-imposed travel restrictions in the European Union as well as the implementation of "effective public health measures being put in place at airports".
According to Pichai, the few workers that will be allowed to work in corporate offices will resume in June or July, and they will resume with enhanced anti-COVID-19 safety measures in place. Outside of the tech sector credit card company Capital One ( COF ) told its 40,000 workers that they will be out until September and possibly longer.
Despite efforts to diversify the economy, the kingdom continues to rely heavily on oil for revenue. Futures for USA oil rose over one percent, with West Texas Intermediate (WTI) for June delivery trading above $25 a barrel after losing three and a half percent in earlier action.
The decline in Beijing's investment in the United States reflected tensions between the world's two biggest economies and Chinese government restrictions on overseas investment. Relations between the United States and China have deteriorated in recent weeks as the novel coronavirus has spread across the globe, killing more than 276,000 people worldwide and infecting over 4 million.