Every business person is currently going through lots of tough times because they are not able to do the business properly because of the lockdown rules put by the local and federal government. Elon Musk, the tech billionaire who is famous for running multiple projects, is quite unhappy with Alameda county in California after the county refused to let Musk start a Tesla factory. Recently Elon Musk requested California government officials to let Tesla factory begin its work; however, that did not go as expected by Mr. Musk. The government officials from California and Alameda County refused to permit reopening the Tesla factory stating the severe side effects it will bring on the health of people.
Musk, after getting this refusal, is not in a good state of mind and threatened the county to shift Tesla factories elsewhere. Musk, in a various series of tweets, said he is thinking of moving the Tesla factory to Nevada or Texas. Tesla recently notified its workers about the reopening of the factory a few days ago, and the company hasn’t given comments on it. Since Alameda County health officials decided not to open the factories soon because of the possibility that this deadly virus will be infecting many people, Musk is not entirely happy with this decision. Musk, in his tweet, even said that the company is going to file a lawsuit against Alameda County for not letting them open the factory in a safe environment.
Tesla is claiming that they fall under the critical infrastructure service sector, and they need to restart the factory soon. However, Alameda County doesn’t think that way, and they preferred not to let any company start the manufacturing operations considering the possibility of coronavirus spread. Cases of coronavirus are increasing very significantly in the USA, and health officials from all countries are making decisions accordingly.