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Tesla's Elon Musk vows to pull 'immediately' out of California

Former Toyota-GM plant remains idle due to coronavirus lockdown

Elon Musk is considering moving Tesla's headquarters to Nevada or Texas.   © Reuters

PALTO ALTO, U.S. -- Electric car maker Tesla will leave California and move its headquarters to another state, CEO Elon Musk said Saturday after local health officials refused to allow the company's factory to reopen amid the coronavirus outbreak.

"Frankly, this is the final straw," Musk said in a Twitter post. 

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