Tesla has returned to full production at its Shanghai factory, as it aims to make up for lost production caused by lockdowns and supply chain constraints related to the Covid-19 pandemic, state-owned Securities Times reported on Monday, citing unidentified industry insiders. The resumption comes nearly one month later than planned, as the US automaker had targeted a return to pre-pandemic production by churning out 2,600 vehicles per day from May 16, according to a May 6 report by Reuters. Tesla’s Shanghai facility was forced to shut down for 22 days from late March to mid-April, as the city imposed strict lockdowns to contain new Covid-19 outbreaks. [Securities Times, in Chinese]