79% of Mastercard's respondents worldwide and 91% in Asia Pacific say they were now using tap-and-go payments because of safety and cleanliness concerns.
The Emarsys report shows that 43% of sales were made by first-time buyers, while the remainder of sales were made up of second-time buyers.
While Edelman's report has shown a record all-time high rise in trust during COVID-19, only 38% of respondents said businesses were doing well or very well in putting people before profits.
Footfall in Hong Kong was halved in late March when compared to the pre-pandemic level, while offline retail in China could bounce back to its former level by June.
The sharp 28% drop was mainly accounted for by hits to the travel and tourism industry as in March its ad spend recorded a staggering 91% year-on-year decrease.
According to Prudential's survey, 93% of respondents were keen to understand their health conditions, of which 69% were interested in using tech devices such as mobile apps, smart wearables, and other electronic devices to manage their health.
"Technologies that were largely seen as complementary have now become essential to business continuity while others have been rapidly deemed surplus to requirements as budget cuts bring business needs into focus."
FleishmanHillard's report also found that the current pandemic has changed what value people ascribe to products and services, with 68% of respondents saying the pandemic had shifted their perception.
Yahoo Hong Kong has released its stats on what Hongkongers' biggest searches have been on its platform while they have been fighting both the coronavirus and boredom.