California lockdowns cause Tesla’s Elon Musk to threaten to leave
Musk wants his California plant to reopen as soon as possible
SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk said Monday that he has contracted COVID-19 for the second time but was feeling well.
The tech giant tweeted about his condition and said he was not experiencing any symptoms.
"Covid-19 is the virus of Theseus. How many gene changes before it’s not Covid-19 anymore? I supposedly have it again (sigh), but almost no symptoms," he wrote.
TESLA'S ELON MUSK RAILS AGAINST GOVERNMENT CORONAVIRUS MANDATES
Musk previously tested positive for the virus in November 2020 before a vaccine was available. At the time, he said he tested himself four times on the same day, with two tests showing positive results.
Musk has voiced opposition to vaccine mandates and has downplayed the pandemic in the past, at one point feuding with local officials in California over stay-at-home orders.
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