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The San Luis Potosí BMW factory will now be shut down due to COVID-19

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Industry Trend estimates that the BMW factory in San Luis Potosí. It will begin its expected shutdown later this month. And it’s going to run until April 19.

BMW claims that in the midst of global health epidemic protective steps have taken to protect the health and welfare of its staff. As associates and tourists, such as canceling overseas corporate travel before further notice and introducing remote-jobs, among others.

 This will continue until the 19th of April. Then we will proceed as the situation demand. Said by BMW Group Plant San Luis Potosí. Noting that they will continue to monitor the situation. And, if necessary, take further steps to ensure the health of the employees.

The Mexican government announced on Friday that the number of coronavirus cases in the country increased to 203 out of 168 announced the day before. And recorded the second death.

On Friday, 20 March, BMW has announced that due to the outbreak of COVID-19, it would immediately close its production plant in Spartanburg. In a tweet, the company confirmed that it planned the suspension of production to continue for a few weeks.

BMW is also planning to halt production at its plants in Europe and Rosslyn, South Africa. Until 19 April in response to reduced demand. And to help reduce the possibility of coronavirus transmission. The shutdown of the plant would continue at the end of the week.

Preventive steps have been taken to protect the health and welfare of its staff, associates and tourists. Such as the cancelation of overseas corporate travel before further notice. And the introduction of remote jobs, among others.

They will begin our scheduled Easter strike on March 28. which will last until April 19. Following that, they’ll proceed as the situation requires.

The Mexican government announced on Friday that the number of cases of coronavirus in the country increased to 203 out of the 168 recorded the day before and confirmed the second death.

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