Two of America’s biggest car companies, General Motors and Ford, have decided to cancel several assembly plant holidays. The decision was made to make up for the damage caused by the outbreak. At the height of the epidemic, both car companies suspended production for two months.

A gm spokesman said the developer would open on June 29, solstice and July 6, and that subsequent car production would proceed safely because the developer had an excellent team.

The FCA developers have yet to announce any changes to the holiday.

The Ford developer also decided to make some changes to the holiday. Cutting the two-week recess in several factories to one week, the assembly plants making the changes are those in Chicago, Louisville and Kentucky Truck Plants. They will be closed in the week of June 29th.

The others are scheduled to close for two weeks between late June and mid-October.
Ford has yet to officially confirm the authenticity of the information.