The US coronavirus pandemic has disrupted auto production nationwide.
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The first automotive assembly plant shutdown due to the pandemic occurred on March 18.
Since then, all major auto producers across the country have halted operations in response to government mandates and concerns over worker welfare.
The stoppages translate into the removal of an estimated 33,000 vehicles a day from production.
Domestic steel and aluminum producers have seen a notable drop in demand as a result.