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All three Detroit automakers had workers test positive for COVID-19 since plants reopened

Reuters Wednesday, 27 May 2020
In the week since U.S. auto factories reopened after coronavirus lockdowns, workers at all three Detroit automakers have tested positive for COVID-19 but only Ford Motor Co has temporarily closed plants.
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