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Honda Motor Co. is temporarily asking some U.S. office employees work the assembly line due to a coronavirus-related staff shortage.

The automaker has been requiring workers who test positive for COVID-19 and those who work close to them to quarantine. The safety measures have strained Honda’s efforts to keep production running and restock dealerships that are running low on inventory.

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