Hamburg leads as airport shops reopen - but too soon?

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Slowly but surely a small number of countries are reopening to business as infection rates stabilise at the 1:1 level or fall, including Vietnam and South Korea.

In Germany, a relaxation of the lockdown rules there is underway and it has enabled shops to reopen at Hamburg Airport (amongst others), which is in a city that, according to some reports, is ‘trading as normal’.

But as ever there are fears that it is a case of too fast and too soon, while both inbound and outbound tour operators there have been dissuaded from anticipating any return to normality for a long time yet.

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