How auto manufacturers are working to make plants safer for workers

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This week, the nation’s auto manufacturers were allowed to reopen their factories.

But it didn’t last long in one case.

Ford shut down its assembly plant in Chicago for a few hours on Tuesday after two employees tested positive for COVID-19.

Auto expert Nik Miles joins us to explain the processes in place to detect cases at these facilities, and other steps auto manufacturers are taking to keep workers safe on the job.

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