Overheard: 83% Of Shops Stepped Up Sanitation Measures

Overheard: 83% Of Shops Stepped Up Sanitation Measures

In the survey, 8% of respondents said these measures have had a major effect on profitability.

Data Did You Know: In our ShopOwner survey looking back at the pandemic year, 83% of shops said they had increased sanitation measures in some way. In the survey, 8% of respondents said these measures have had a major effect on profitability, while 40% said they have had a minor effect. 

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