In Rennes (Ille-et-Vilaine), Kateline Philipponeau’s only activity is to prepare take-out meals, due to the lack of customers present in her restaurant. His pace of work has slowed down since the deconfinement. It went from 45 daily covers to only ten deliveries per day. Result: -70% of turnover this month.
Like many of her fellow restaurateurs, she is entitled to state aid. In the case of companies with 50 employees, it can receive 10,000 euros per month under the solidarity fund, a loan guaranteed by the state, partial unemployment and possible assistance for rents. “I still have my rent and my loan to take out every month, with no money coming in “, details the restaurateur after having done her accounts. “I am told that I will perhaps have 10,000 euros in aid in December, that’s fine, but I am already at -17,000 euros. In addition, I had to take out a loan guaranteed by the state, which I will have to repay. “
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