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Ford Forced To Close Down Chicago And Michigan Assembly Plants

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Ford Forced To Close Down Chicago And Michigan Assembly Plants

Ford Forced To Close Down Chicago And Michigan Assembly Plants

Ford Motor Co.

Closed two U.S. assembly plants amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The plant in Michigan was closed because a worker tested positive for COVID-19.

The other plant in Chicago was closed because of a parts shortage.

The Michigan plant builds the F-150 pickup truck and the Chicago plant the Ford Explorer and Lincoln Aviator SUVs.

According to Reuters, Ford and other automakers have imposed new safety measures, including screening employees.

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