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BERLIN, GERMANY - MAY 19: Empty tables are seen in open restaurant during the coronavirus crisis on May 19, 2020 in Berlin, Germany. While restaurants in Berlin have been allowed to reopen since May 15, anecdotal evidence suggests customers have been slow to return in large numbers. Germany has taken broad measures to ease lockdown restrictions and is lifting controls on its borders. At the same time popular anger against the restrictions from a wide variety of political creeds has been mounting over recent weeks. (Photo by Maja Hitij/Getty Images)

As nations around the world loosen coronavirus restrictions, people are discovering that the return to normal is anything but. Schools, offices, public transport, bars and restaurants are now on the front lines of post-lockdown life. What a return to normal looks like varies widely, from migrant workers in India finally able to catch trains back to their home villages to wealthy shoppers returning to the boutiques of America’s iconic Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills. In Italy, once-packed restaurants and cafes are facing a huge financial hit as they reopen with strict social distancing rules. The losses are forecast to pile up to 30 billion euros ($32 billion) this year.