Ferrari restores car productionMay 5, 2020
Work brands were tested for antibodies against COVID-19.
Ferrari began to ramp up production in Italy after several weeks of shutdown due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Italian government allows auto brands to resume work from Monday, May 4, if they observe safety precautions.
Thus, in accordance with these requirements, the automaker introduced stringent security measures and this week trained workers in new procedures before returning to full production on Friday, May 8. Between the end of April and May 4, the automaker also began to voluntarily take a blood test for all of its 4,000 workers for antibodies to coronavirus.
At the moment, it is known that less than 1 percent of the 2,000 workers already tested returned with a positive result for antibodies, which may mean (depending on how effective the tests are) that they did not have the virus.
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