Auto manufacturing took a bit of a hiatus this year after automakers closed the doors of their plants across the world in March to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

As to be expected, the shutdown was somewhat short-lived and in May, manufacturers slowly began trickling workers back to their stations amid the ongoing pandemic. Now—months later—operations are nearing full steam and workers are beginning to feel the pressure.

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As Production Ramps Up Autoworkers Struggle To Keep Going

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