Sunday, July 3, 2022


Russian shopping malls lose up to 30% of footfall, developer’s son says

Many retailers have opted simply to close for now, leaving Russians with fewer stores to choose from at shopping centres and in Moscow's central luxury district.

Who’s to blame when big malls fall silent?

While the pandemic has knocked the wind out of many businesses over the past two years, some also point the finger at mall managements.

‘Cooped up’ Indians throng malls and markets weeks after Covid surge

But doctors are worried that India is letting its guard down again, just like in January and February before a devastating coronavirus surge that led to a near-collapse of the healthcare system.

Hundreds of Covid-positive people, close contacts visited bazaars and malls in KL, says FT ministry

Federal Territories Minister Annuar Musa says some shopping malls were visited by 700 people categorised as close contacts.

Hotels, malls brace for weekend crowds ahead of another pandemic-era Ramadan

Health experts warn of a possible fourth wave if SOPs are ignored.

Owners insist SOPs in place after Covid-19 cases risk emptying malls again

Footfall is already on the decline despite the earlier revival in traffic after nearly three months of lockdown across the country.

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