The automaker announced that its workers in the United States, Mexico and Canada will remain at home for the closure of its plants until April 17.
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Toyota announced that it will extend the quarantine period of its employees on its assembly lines in the United States, Mexico and Canada until April 17, 2020. All this as a consequence of the health emergency caused by COVID-19 .
Through a statement, the automaker explained that due to the low demand for cars caused by the coronavirus pandemic, its manufacturing plants will remain closed until April 17, resuming operations on April 20.
Likewise, he said that both the distribution and parts centers and their logistics centers will continue their operations with the aim of satisfying the needs of their customers.
A week ago the company had announced that it would only close its plants for two days in order to carry out a sanitation. However, this decision was valued and in this way the social isolation of its workers was extended to 22 days.