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  • Higher visitation from women aged above 45 years across place categories, whereas Millennials and Gen-Z avoided stepping out.
  • Visitation at entertainment, recreation places, and hair salons was similar to before the stay-at-home order.

In an effort to reboot the economy, Georgia’s Governor reopened the state for business from April 24. The order detailed relaxations in business operations and opening of non-essential businesses such as hair salons, gyms, bowling alleys, dine-in restaurants, and nail care artists, among others.

Businesses can’t help but wonder whether the pandemic has onset a radical behavioral shift or will consumers go back to their old patterns? …



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