French superstar chef Alain Ducasse insists that it is safer to eat in restaurants than at home during the coronavirus epidemic.
In this file photograph taken on June 18, 2019, French chef Alain Ducasse poses during an interview with AFP at his restaurant Alain Ducasse at The Morpheus Hotel in Macau. (AFP)
However, thousands of takeaways in France and elsewhere have remained open, with several top French chefs including Ducasse providing haute cuisine to go.
The French government said that it would decide when cafes, restaurants, and hotels could open at the end of May.
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The government instead promised to extend an aid scheme to establishments that employed up to 20 people.SHOW MORE