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Shoppers wary about life after lockdown as restrictions cost UK retailers £2.7bn a week

City AM
30 April 2020

Most shoppers are wary about hitting the high street when the coronavirus lockdown is relaxed, the latest research indicated, as it was revealed that UK retailers have lost out on £2.7bn in sales each week.

The lockdown, which forced all non-essential UK retailers to close from 23 March, has cost the industry £2.7bn in lost non-food sales each week of the lockdown, totalling more than £13.5bn so far.

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