The German government and states have agreed on a coronavirus aid package to compensate companies that are forced to close in NovemberReuters reports, citing sources familiar with the matter.
Reportedly, the aid package will be worth up to 10 billion euros and the government will pay small businesses affected 75% and large companies 70% of their lost sales in November.
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