A janitor wears a hazmat suit to prevent the spread of Covid-19 in an almost empty shopping mall in Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila. Photo: Reuters A janitor wears a hazmat suit to prevent the spread of Covid-19 in an almost empty shopping mall in Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila. Photo: Reuters
A janitor wears a hazmat suit to prevent the spread of Covid-19 in an almost empty shopping mall in Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila. Photo: Reuters

Can the Philippines’ shopping centres survive in a post-coronavirus world?

  • Movement restrictions, unemployment and health concerns have seen visits to retail establishments fall 55 per cent between February and July
  • Shopping centre operators are preparing for the new normal by focusing on deliveries, e-commerce and logistics, but are they changing fast enough?

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A janitor wears a hazmat suit to prevent the spread of Covid-19 in an almost empty shopping mall in Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila. Photo: Reuters A janitor wears a hazmat suit to prevent the spread of Covid-19 in an almost empty shopping mall in Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila. Photo: Reuters
A janitor wears a hazmat suit to prevent the spread of Covid-19 in an almost empty shopping mall in Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila. Photo: Reuters
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