Coronavirus: Defiant ski nations bid to save winter season

France, Germany and Italy are closing resorts over the holiday season to stop the spread of Covid-19. Italy, supported by Germany, wanted a European agreement to close all ski resorts over the holiday, but in two countries – Switzerland and Austria – the ski lifts will be running. Some ski slopes in northern Spain also hope to open.

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