Tesla has resumed production at its Shanghai factory, reporting an output of over 10,000 vehicles over a 12-day period until April 30, Wu Qiang, a deputy district mayor of Shanghai’s Pudong New Area, said on Saturday at a news conference. The production volume of the Shanghai Gigafactory, located in the city’s Pudong district, remains at just one-third of its pre-pandemic level of around 17,000 vehicles per week, and the company expects to resume full productivity by mid-May, local media reported, citing company sources. The US auto giant’s output dropped by more than 50,000 vehicles over the three weeks that production was suspended during the city’s lockdown in April. [Yicai, in Chinese]