Elon Musk allowed his employees not to go to workMarch 18, 2020
This was announced by the head of Tesla in an internal letter addressed to all Tesla employees.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk allowed his employees not to come to work if they are afraid of becoming infected with the coronavirus or notice a slight ailment. Musk wrote about all this in a corporate letter that got to the editorial office of Business Insider. The founder of Tesla himself decided to continue to go to work, despite the COVID-19 epidemic. Musk spoke about his attitude to the outbreak of the new virus earlier.
According to him, the panic around the virus is too much today. And its consequences can be much more dangerous than the disease itself.
At the same time, the letter emphasizes that Musk today does not know a single case of a Tesla employee’s coronavirus disease.
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