German business suffers amid coronavirus measures - US airlines seek billions in emergency aid - Businesses and shoppers fret as France shuts down
Europe's biggest low budget airline has said a €9 billion government rescue package for the German flag carrier amounts to an "illegal subsidy." Ryanair's CEO said Lufthansa is "addicted to state aid."
Sex workers have put forward their own coronavirus "hygiene concept" as they call for a resumption of services. Being called "super spreaders" is offensive and misinformed, they say.
As Germany eases coronavirus restrictions, hotels in some states are starting to reopen. But hygiene rules will often remain in place, and hotel owners still expect huge losses.
Restaurants, shops and museums are now allowed to reopen in Italy, under certain conditions. For many business owners, the new rules remain too difficult to operate under.
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