Scotland’s shopper footfall growth has been ranked the worst in the UK compared with pre-pandemic levels, statistics show.

Data from the Scottish Retail Consortium and Sensormatics’ footfall monitor found that retail is struggling to bounce back from the pandemic.

Covering the May period, Scottish footfall decreased by 16.4% compared with 2019 levels.

And while footfall across the UK has worsened from pre-pandemic levels, Scotland’s score is worse than the UK average decline of 12.5%.

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