Story of Fighting COVID-19: German shop owners head back to work warily
Global Stringer

Coronavirus has become a distinct feature of people's everyday life for the past few months. While some countries are still facing setbacks when it comes to lifting their restrictions, some European countries are settling down to public life as a semblance of normalcy returns. In Germany, children are going back to school. Barber shops, museums and local businesses are reopening. In this video, three business owners in the service sector tell us what returning to work has been like and what additional measures they are taking.