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Weekend Reads Hospitality warns of collapse

16:50  27 october  2020
16:50  27 october  2020 Source:   craft.lead-digital.de

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Before the federal-state consultations on how to proceed in the corona pandemic, the hospitality and tourism industry warned of new closings.

Resuarant in Augsburg. Der zweite Lockdown droht und Gastwirte machen sich Sorgen um ihre wirthschaftliche Existenz. © Tom Weller / dpa Resuarant in Augsburg. The second lockdown threatens and innkeepers are worried about their economic existence.

"It cannot be that we are suffering again," said the President of the German Hotel and Restaurant Association (Dehoga) Guido Zöllick.

"A third of the 245,000 businesses are threatened with extinction if they close again." The figures from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) showed that the hotel and catering trade showed no relevant infection rates. If the industry is closed temporarily, the politically responsible would have to "pay for the damage quickly and in full," demanded Zöllick.

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The German Travel Association (DRV) anticipates a drop in sales of more than 28 billion euros for tour operators and travel agencies for the period from March to the end of the year. This corresponds to a decrease of around 80 percent compared to the same period last year. "The travel industry is already experiencing a second lockdown through travel restrictions and quarantine regulations," criticized the association.

DRV President Norbert Fiebig called for appropriate economic support from the industry. In order to draw attention to the situation of the companies, a rally is planned for this Wednesday in Berlin together with the event industry.

The Federal Association of the German Tourism Industry (BTW) warned: "If restaurants were closed and events banned, small and medium-sized companies in the tourism industry in particular would once again become victims of the pandemic policy for no reason."

Because of the tense Corona situation, the Chancellor and the Prime Ministers of the federal states are already discussing the next steps in a video conference this Wednesday. It is about what the federal and state governments can do together to break the trend as quickly as possible, government spokesman Steffen Seibert said on Monday.

The Chancellery wants to advertise further restrictions on public life according to «Bild» information at the Bund-Länder-Round. In contrast to the lockdown in spring, schools and daycare centers should remain open, except in regions with catastrophically high infection rates.

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