High-street outlets in Delhi are recording more footfalls and sales compared to malls, as customers see the former as safer during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Markets such as Khan Market and Connaught Place are seeing footfalls at 30-60 percent of pre-lockdown levels, while malls have recovered 15-30 percent, according to a report by The Economic Times.
Moneycontrol could not independently verify the story.
"Up to 70 percent of the footfalls and 60 percent of the sale are back and even restaurants are showing signs of recovery. Except clothing and jewellery, other segments are picking up good," Khan Market Traders Association president Sanjeev Mehra told The Economic Times.