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For restaurants and cafes, exiting lockdown is a tough call

DIFFICULT DECISIONS: The absence of tourists and reduced footfall in the town centre have left many restaurateurs facing the difficult to decision as to whether to reopen for business as Gibraltar emerges from lockdown. For many of those who have already taken the step, the first week has proved lacklustre. Photo by Stephen Ignacio

Just a week after they reopened for business after the Covid-19 lockdown, many of Gibraltar’s restaurants may be left with no choice but to close once again against the backdrop of lacklustre trade. The absence of tourists, coupled to Gibraltar’s elderly residents being advised to stay at home and the fixed costs of high rents,...

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