OK, perhaps this is good news…or you are the one to discover the issue continues past their claimed dates? Hope not.
Assuming everything inside the engine is OK oil passage wise. I’d focus on being sure your engines oil is at the proper level and the proper viscosity. If the issue continues…Have an oil pressure test performed or do it yourself. The sensor might be going bad also of course. The oil pressure test will verify correct or incorrect pressure…and will help determine what to do next. Its either the sensor not reporting pressure correctly…or the pressure not being correct. Assuming there is no oil passageway failures of course.
Oil level, Oil viscosity, Oil filter…all need to be tip top. Then you move toward figuring if its the sensor…or the actual pressure.
That’s bout it.
P.S. You haven’t listed your Oil Change history and it is now coming into play here. Please dont tell us that the engine is on its first oil change…after 14K. You’d be surprised at the answers we get regarding this oft overlooked little bit of information.