Due to Tourism European Union gains up to 10 percent to build up its economy
Summer had come as accepted and most of the Europeans plan their summer vacations in this season which they spend traveling to planned destinations, European Union is planning to help its salvage citizens by resurrect tourism industry with in EU and only for Europeans, while Covid-19 still survive undefeated, while some of the Europeans nations such as Germany where outbreak is getting under control.
Minister of Health in Germany says that month long lockdown has brought positivity for the country because it really helped them to get Coronavirus outbreak under control. Since 12th April 2020 recovery of infected patient in Germany is getting higher than the number of new infected individuals. Germany has set itself as an example of getting good from worse due to pandemic as the government decisions were proved out to be very beneficial for the economy of Germany such as Landlord offering apartment for rent were strictly said not to kick out anyone out of their apartment which and people renting apartment were leaving free of rent due to policy of government which said that they can pay it later in 2020, taxes were cut off from the consumers means nobody has to pay taxes not only this even Germany had helped their business individual by providing support for future finance by helping low-income workers and small business also by letting them handsome amount which could be very useful for them while the outbreak. Germany is one of those countries which could be taken as example that things could get under control if you really want to.
Main Lesson From Covid-19 that many nations had learned and many are about to experience is that in past months faster the cases got found, tested and isolated for health care makes harder for the Coronavirus to spread, Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus of WHO (World Health Organization) tweeted that following these aspects for the sake of safety could help you and other to save lives and mitigate the economic impact of the pandemic.