Digital cameras is explicitly stated as a product area with struggling sales. My guess is that digital cameras sales are all but negligible. Let's just say that I wouldn't be surprised if a divestment of what is under the LUMIX umbrella is announced when the reorganization is fully implemented, granted that they can find a buyer of course.
Problems during Corona are a fact but since it was an unexpected force majeure, declining sales during such times would not give reason to axe LUMIX cameras if they have been profitable earlier but there's no evidence that this has been the case.
For all that we know, consumer cameras could have been profitable even in 2020 if declining revenue came from high end models which have high profit margin (OK I don't believe in this but in theory it's possible). Panny has never reported revenue and profitability of LUMIX products separately so it's hard to tell. They could even see a reasonable growth potential if high-end demands shifts towards video where Panasonic has become an industry standard but this is pretty much the best scenario there is.
Anyways it's promising that Panny has invested in entirely new 4/3 camera sensor so chanches are that LUMIX is not in immediate danger before top brass finds out what impact new models will have but 4% market share and sales of 0,3 million units per year is not a sustainable state for consumer products which need constant investments in new technology, models and features..
I will certainly have a look at GH6 but with $2500€ price tag it will be a hard sale in a world where I could buy a S5 for 1400€ today and use 1100€ to kick-start a new lens portfolio.