Python plotly - left-align subplots labels

np.random.seed(1)

    data = [np.random.randn(100) for _ in range(19)]  # 19 subplots

    color = n_colors('rgb(5, 200, 200)', 'rgb(200, 10, 10)', 19, colortype='rgb')

    fig = make_subplots(rows=10, cols=2)

    for i in range(10):
        for j in range(2):
            index = i * 2 + j
            row = i + 1
            col = j + 1

            if index < len(data):
                fig.add_trace(
                    go.Violin(x=data[index], line_color='black', hoverinfo='none', fillcolor=color[index],
                              line_width=1.5, name=self.X_VARS[index]),
                    row=row, col=col)

                min_value = np.min(data[index])
                max_value = np.max(data[index])

                fig.add_shape(type="line",
                              x0=min_value, y0=0, x1=min_value, y1=1,
                              line=dict(color="black", width=2),
                              row=row, col=col)

                fig.add_shape(type="line",
                              x0=max_value, y0=0, x1=max_value, y1=1,
                              line=dict(color="darkgoldenrod", width=2),
                              row=row, col=col)

    fig.update_traces(orientation='h', side='positive', width=3, points=False)
    fig.update_layout(xaxis_showgrid=False, xaxis_zeroline=False, showlegend=False, plot_bgcolor='#ffffff', )
    fig.update_xaxes(showgrid=False, zeroline=False, showticklabels=False)
    fig.update_yaxes(showgrid=False, zeroline=False, ticklabelposition="inside left")

    chart = fig.to_html()

If I understand correctly, there is no easy way to do that. Iโ€™ve seen people doing some hacks by adding a โ€œrightโ€ extra y-axis, but couldnโ€™t figure it out for the subplots case. Can anyone help?