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Yuliya Talmazan. Carlo Angerer contributed.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Andy Eckardt. A spike in coronavirus cases in South Korea last month was linked to nightclubs and bars in the capital, Seoul, raising the alarm with health officials worldwide. But after months of being stuck at home, even that is a novelty for patrons, Jereczek said. Simeon Paterson. The German government has been supportive through a combination of aid packages, Leichsenring said. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings. Fighting for survival, some Berlin clubs are trying to reinvent their business models. Now, it is the only part of the business they can operate, as the dance floor remains shut. The news and stories that matters, delivered weekday mornings. He also fears that reopening the clubs too early could increase the risk of a second wave of the coronavirus and lead to a prolonged lockdown. Andy Eckardt is a producer based in Mainz, Germany. But many in the industry are worried the clubs will be the last ones to reopen because of their very nature — people mixing together in close proximity, a big no-no during a pandemic. Last month, a small number of clubs with outdoor spaces reopened as beer gardens, serving food and drinks to limited crowds, with strict social-distancing measures in place. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Nights in Berlin — normally filled with music, laughter and drinks — have been eerily quiet for the last few months as Germany battles the coronavirus pandemic. Yuliya Talmazan is a London-based journalist. Those fears are not groundless. Let our news meet your inbox. Customers have to wear masks to enter and exit, or if they want to use the bathroom, and must stay at least 5 feet away from one another at all times. They also have to stay at their assigned tables or wear a mask to walk around. With a 5,square-meter 1. And that image is very much represented by the people involved in the club culture in the city. With so many losing their jobs, he said it will be a challenge for the clubs to not raise prices and keep the club culture inclusive and accessible. Entry is by reservation only, with doors closing at 11 p. Another concern is that, with no money coming in, clubs that are unable to pay rent stand to be replaced by real estate developments. Now, patrons can come in for a socially distant meal or drink ordered off a digital menu. And for the owners, costs are still accumulating even as the revenue has completely dried up. Even before the pandemic, the club used its outdoor space as a beer garden during summer months. He started this role in Follow NBC News. For now, the lights have been dimmed and dance floors shut, with Berlin authorities saying there is no prospect of the clubs reopening anytime soon. Breaking News Emails Get breaking news alerts and special reports.