Data: Footfall strengthens in February following removal of Covid restrictions

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Footfall rose slightly in February compared to January as more workers returned to offices and Covid-19 restrictions came to an end.

Footfall over the four weeks from January 30 to February 26 declined 20.7% compared with the same period in 2019, according to footfall experts Springboard.

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