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Tesla, Ford and GM Granted Permission To Make Ventilators and Other Metal Products

by George Szeto March 22, 2020

Tesla, Ford and GM Granted Permission To Make Ventilators and Other Metal Products

After the Covid-19 breakout worldwide recently, there is a extremely shortage of the ventilators all around different states of the US. Last week, Tesla CEO Elon Musk posted on Twitter about the company has experience of making cars with sophisticated hvac systems also SpaceX makes spacecraft with life support systems, it shouldn't be a problem to produce ventilators to help out the shortage issue. 

Now, The US President Donald J. Trump just announced on Twitter that Tesla also Ford and GM are being given the permission to make ventilators and other metal products to help out in this critical moment.





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