Data: Footfall bounces back in March as shoppers return to stores

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Footfall made a noticeable recovery in March compared with February, almost returning to the levels recorded last year before the Omicron variant emerged.

Footfall over the period from February 27 to April 2 rose 5.4% compared with the month before, according to footfall experts Springboard. March’s footfall also marked a 15.3% decline compared with the same period in 2019.

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