Tesla’s Shanghai plant resumed production on Tuesday after being temporarily shut down for more than three weeks due to recent omicron outbreaks in the city, state-owned news agency Xinhua reported. Tesla will ramp up production and aim to hit maximum output for a single shift over the next three to four days as more than 8,000 employees have come back to work, the report said, citing Song Gang, a senior director at Tesla. The Shanghai Gigafactory is normally able to produce 2,000 vehicles each day over the course of two shifts when at full capacity. The plant lost 22 days of output due to its closure from March 28 to April 18. [Xinhua, in Chinese]