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(Reuters) - ON THIS DAY -- March 20
BERN (Reuters) - Swiss club FC Sion have dismissed nine players, including captain Xavier Kouassi and former Arsenal and Barcelona midfielder Alex Song, after the country's league was halted indefinitely because of the coronavirus pandemic.
ZURICH: Deutsche Lufthansa AG will cut 95% of capacity, grounding 700 planes, as Europe’s biggest airline confronts the deepening crisis around the coronavirus pandemic.
SINGAPORE/GENEVA: The Swiss watch industry has survived lickings before, but Rolex, Omega and Cartier now face a combination of economic punches putting them back on their heels. The industry was just adapting to the downturn from political protests in its largest market, Hong Kong, when the coronavirus outbreak hit. Now China’s economic slowdown threatens to engulf the rest of the world.
LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One teams must close for three weeks by the end of April in a move that will allow races to be rescheduled during the European summer and help limit the financial impact of the coronavirus outbreak.
PARIS (Reuters) - The coronavirus pandemic has left a lot of professional riders unable to hit the road to compete or train with the biggest race in the world, the Tour de France, due to start in just over three months.
ZURICH (Reuters) - The number of people tested positive for the new coronavirus in Switzerland and Liechtenstein has risen to 3,028, Swiss health authorities said on Wednesday, of which 2,772 cases were confirmed.
(Reuters) - Laver Cup organisers say the exhibition event will go ahead in September as planned despite the French Open moving to the same dates as the implications of the French Tennis Federation (FFT)'s shock gambit began to reverberate on Wednesday.
ZURICH (Reuters) - The Swiss fraud trial of three former senior German soccer officials and one Swiss over a suspect payment linked to the 2006 World Cup hosted by Germany looked on the verge of collapse as the court ordered a weeks-long halt on Tuesday.
ZURICH (Reuters) - Switzerland's health care system could collapse by the end of the month if the new coronavirus keeps spreading at current rates, a government official warned on Tuesday.