They’ve been doing 700-800 cars on most days for a while now, barring little upsets in parts supplies that usually only halt the line for half a day or so.
Everything there has been pretty normal, insofar as production is concerned.
Not sure why some people in here are debating about masks all of a sudden, but I haven’t seen a single peer-reviewed study that confirms cloth masks to be an effective form of PPE against any common viruses, including rhinoviruses and COVID. As far as source control goes, they seem to do little good there, either. Wave after wave - despite the worst forms of hysteria (referred to as “prevention” by the real soy boys) I’ve seen in my lifetime - of viral resurgences have continued to plague various geographic centers since the start of the pandemic. Such is usually the case with a constantly evolving, highly morbid novel virus. There’s little to do except to let it run its course, unfortunately.
Do what you feel is safe, but stop calling it science. Feel free to stay home, too. I, for one, won’t be hiding under the covers in the meantime. Nor will I endorse anymore “relief funds” for those who claim working is just too dangerous, either.