Germany lived this Wednesday one of the first key days ahead of a cautious return to normality. Businesses with an area of less than 800 square meters may reopen their doors starting next Monday; This was announced by Chancellor Angela Merkel after a meeting with the prime ministers of the federal states of Germany. Nursery schools and primary schools will remain closed for the time being. Yes, a roadmap is being drawn up so that those students who face selectivity exams this year or next can return to classrooms from May 4.Of course, the German head of state was blunt about all kinds of mass events. As Merkel stressed, those public events that gather a large number of people in a small space will continue to be prohibited until August 31. In this way, the Bundesliga is affected not only in the current season, but probably also during the next course. “The Bundesliga was not a topic today“Acknowledged the Prime Minister of Bavaria Markus Söder. Competition plans to meet again on April 23 to decide on a resumption of the German first and second division. “Our goal has to be to decipher infection chains,” explained Merkel, whose government will continue to focus on carrying out as many tests as possible, Main reason why mortality (3,500) in Germany is so low with respect to the number of infected (133,000). As for borders, they will continue to be controlled at accesses from Austria, France, Luxembourg, Denmark and Switzerland. The Teutonic authorities were surprised to announce that all kinds of gastronomic spaces will remain closed but, at the same time, they may open hairdressers in early May if they comply with a series of specific measures. “It is a fragile beginning of success”, concluded Merkel.