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Volkswagen shuts two items in China after Covid-19 outbreaks

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Volkswagen shuts two units in China after Covid-19 outbreaks

The Volkswagen Group in China has shut a plant it collectively runs with FAW Group in Tianjin in addition to a element manufacturing unit attributable to latest COVID-19 outbreaks there. The Volkswagen Group in China has shut a plant it collectively runs with FAW Group in Tianjin in addition to a element manufacturing unit attributable to latest Covid-19 outbreaks there. (Representative picture)Volkswagen Group’s China unit stated on Thursday it has shut a plant it collectively runs with FAW Group within the metropolis of Tianjin, in addition to a element manufacturing unit, attributable to latest COVID-19 outbreaks there.

“Due to the recent COVID-19 outbreaks both the FAW-VW vehicle plant and VW Automatic Transmission Tianjin component factory have been shut down since Monday,” a spokesperson instructed Reuters.”Both plants have conducted COVID -19 testing twice for all employees this week and are waiting for the results. We hope to resume production very soon and catch up with lost production. The top priority remains the health and well-being of our employees.”Tianjin, in northern China round 100 km (62 miles) from the capital Beijing, reported 41 domestically transmitted infections with confirmed signs on Wednesday, up from 33 a day earlier, knowledge from the National Health Commission confirmed on Thursday.Click right here for IndiaToday.in’s full protection of the coronavirus pandemic.