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Footfall in Spain’s Shopping Centres Fell by 25.2% in July

The drop of 25.2% is, in reality, the smallest year-on-year drop since the beginning of the declaration of the state of alarm. Footfall had decreased by 89% in April and by 82.5% in May.

The flow of visitors to shopping centres and stores collapsed by 25.2% in July compared to the same month last year despite significant discounts, due to the continued impact of the coronavirus, according to the Shoppetrak index.

The decline, however, is the smallest year-on-year drop since the beginning of the state of alarm in Spain. Traffic had already fallen by 89% in April and by 82.5% in May, as the authorities imposed to broad lockdown to stem the spread of Covid-19.

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