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Only one-third of American consumers say they'd feel safe going to a store right now as states start to reopen nonessential businesses

Only one-third of American consumers say they'd feel safe going to a store right now as states start to reopen nonessential businesses
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States are starting to allow for nonessential retail stores to reopen, though many must operate at a limited capacity.




Still, it remains to be seen whether shoppers will show up once stores do reopen.




In a recent Deloitte survey asking people whether they would feel safe going to the store, right now, only 34% of Americans said they would.




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Texas is the latest state to take steps to jumpstart its economy, allowing retail stores, malls, restaurants, and movie theaters to reopen at 25% capacity on Friday. A second phase will allow for more kinds of businesses to reopen.
Texas joins other states, including Georgia, Tennessee, Oklahoma and South Carolina, that have allowed states to reopen retail stores.
But amid these reopenings, a major question remains: Will shoppers come?
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