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Retail footfall collapses

Data firm Springboard has revealed that visits to shopping centres, high streets and retail parks slumped by 81% last week, following a 75% drop in the last week of March, as coronavirus lockdown measures made themselves felt. Visits to those shops that remained open were up 21% on Sunday from a week earlier – with a much higher increase of 51.4% in London, and of an average of 32% in other large cities. Footfall is expected to drop to its lowest level in a decade this year, and to take at least six months to fully recover.

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