MILWAUKEE — After suspending production for about two months because of the coronavirus, thunder is about to roll again at the Harley-Davidson manufacturing plant in Milwaukee.
There are about 125 U.S. Steelworkers currently working at the plant.
When employees return there will be staggered start times and barriers between workstations.
“At all of its facilities, Harley-Davidson has implemented enhanced safety measures, protocols to support social distancing and is bolstering its already-rigorous cleaning and sanitation practices,” the company said in a statement.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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