"While the business has applied and been granted approval to remain in business for the support of local law enforcement. It's understood that minimal personnel is required to be in the office for these few essential positions. The company is asking that many of the employees which have been working remotely up until this time come in to complete a software update which is not a part of the essential operations and likely violates the "stay at home" guidelines. I believe that the company should be able to stay open, but not endanger the lives of others. The requesting authority is not a direct employee of the company, and very likely knows that this is a violation. Please prevent this company from increasing the threat to their families. Some of which are immunocompromised." - Anonymous
The aforementioned complaint was filed in Bothell, WA, Washington on Wednesday May 6, 2020 with No Agency against Autel Robotics saying, Business function performed that is non-essential. No email address was given and no phone number was given.