Chancellor Angela Merkel will meet the prime ministers of the German states on Wednesday to discuss how the country plans to return to normal life after coronavirus.

Germany’s center for disease control on Monday recorded Germany’s lowest increase in deaths in a 24-hour span since March 25.

The ministers plan to discuss when schools and kindergartens can restart classes, and when restaurants, pubs and cafes may be able to reopen.

They will also talk about when sporting events may be back on the calendar, according to Merkel’s spokesman Steffen Seibert.

Churches in Germany re-opened on Sunday and people across the country can finally get their hair cut, with hairdressers and barbers opening from today.