Data: Week six of trading post-lockdown – the data you need to know

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Footfall levels continued to inch up last week, despite the introduction of mandatory face masks and unseasonably wet weather over the weekend in England.

Footfall across the UK rose 4.4% on average week on week across all regions, matching the 4.5% uptick in footfall the previous week, according to the latest figures from Springboard.

The new regulation to wear face masks in English shops came into play on July 24, but footfall still continued to grow – albeit at different rates across the UK.

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