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Canada Reopen restaurants? For Gilles Goujon, "we should be sure that we don't kill people"

14:11  25 may  2020
14:11  25 may  2020 Source:   europe1.fr

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Gilles Goujon, chef d’un restaurant triplement étoilé dans l’Aude, fait partie de la soixantaine de signataires d’une lettre ouverte qui appelle à la plus grande prudence quant à la réouverture des restaurants. Le cuisinier s’inquiète de la situation économique des établissements, mais prévient aussi sur les risques sanitaires. © REMY GABALDA / AFP Gilles Goujon, chef of a three-star restaurant in Aude, is one of the sixty signatories of a open letter calling for the utmost caution regarding the reopening of restaurants. The cook is worried about the economic situation of the establishments, but also warns about health risks.

This is one of the most visible and, for some, the most painful consequences of the crisis linked to the coronavirus epidemic. Since March 14, restaurants have been closed in France. While a gradual deconfinement was launched on May 11, there is now talk of reopening food establishments from June 2 in green areas, where the circulation of the disease is most limited. But for some chefs, we must beware of reopening too quickly. Sixty of them, including Marc Veyrat and Michel Sarran, signed an open letter to this effect on Saturday. Gilles Goujon, 3-star chef at the Auberge du Vieux Puits in Fontjoncouse, in the Aude region, is also one of the signatories. Guest of Europe 1 Monday morning, he explains.

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"We must be sure that we don't take responsibility, that we don't kill people. Neither my teammates, neither my clients, nor myself ... I am afraid that we are clusters ... ", explains the cook. "The health risk is present, we are asking for a right of withdrawal. Adapting our practices for protocol deconfinement is recognizing that there is a risk. Why take this risk? Who will be responsible if ever there is a problem ? ", he wonders.

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And, says Gilles Goujon, resumption of activity does not necessarily equate to the end of the difficulties in economic terms. So the restaurateur is asking for help. "First of all, we should have for all our colleagues the PGE (Loan guaranteed by the State): 40% of our colleagues have not had it. It is really something that keeps cash ", claims the chief, who also hopes the creation of a" guarantee fund "by the insurance companies to compensate for a possible operating loss.

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And in a second step, we will have to repay state aid. "Everyone agrees that there will be a loss of turnover of 50%. So what are we going to pay with? We should be able to have VAT at 5.5%, it is what will make it possible to pay the EMPs. Above all, partial unemployment must be extended until the end of the year, "asks Gilles Goujon, who concludes with a final claim, this time intended for employees:" the Macron bonus which ends on June 15 will have to go until the end of the year to allow our staff to be slightly gratified. "

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