Bloomberg Technology reports on Elon Musk, who was originally dismissive of the threat from Covid-19, who now says in a Tweet that Tesla is “working on ventilators.”
Elon Musk, Tesla’s ceo, says in a tweet that “we’re working on ventilators,” but they’re probably not going to be needed. Musk said his company would step in to help meet the demand. Bloomberg’s Ed Ludlow reports on “Bloomberg Technology.” (Corrected to remove incorrect footage)Bloomberg Technology YouTube Channel
On coronavirus, Musk has tweeted:
Before realising that the Covid-19 issue is very real, and Tweeting more about it, culminating with talk of producing ventilators.
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