Shoppers Might Not Rush to Stores Even After Getting the COVID-19 Vaccine

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Even as the COVID-19 vaccine continues to roll out to millions of Americans across the country, many people could remain unlikely to shop at brick and mortar for their footwear and apparel purchases.

A new survey from First Insight indicated that most consumers will not rush back to stores after getting vaccinated. The market research firm, which polled more than 1,000 people, found that 44% of shoppers would visit shoe stores about the same amount or less post-inoculation. About 43% would stop by accessories and jewelry boutiques less or about the same amount following vaccination, while 41% would drop in at luxury shops and 40% would seek out apparel stores less or about the same amount following inoculation.

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