After months of lockdown, countries around the world are slowly reopening their businesses. In Genoa, the local aquarium is now welcoming guests again — a promising step to win tourists back.
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While flights to the popular holiday island of Mallorca are still possible, domestic tourism is to be put on hold. The industry has reacted with incomprehension. Many are facing bankruptcy.
As cases in Germany start to rise again, the country's top disease control expert says a third wave has already begun. Meanwhile, daily deaths in Brazil top 2,000. Follow DW for the latest.
The lockdown is hitting the hotel sector hard. One in three hotels is currently closed, while others have only a handful of guests. The hotels are fighting for a future — even if no one yet knows when that might happen.
Increasingly, restaurants, guesthouses and ski resorts in Poland are reopening — despite exisiting coronavirus restrictions. Courts say many lockdown rules are illegal.
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