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Rio de Janeiro, July 27th, 2020 - BR MALLS PARTICIPAÇÕES S.A., ("brMalls" or "Company"), hereby announces that, following the recommendations of public authorities and collaborating towards Covid-19 prevention, the Company has resumed, on July 20th, 2020, the operation of Center Shopping Uberlândia (MG).

Therefore, the Company has, on this date, 24 reopened malls - which are operating with restrictions to their opening hours. These malls represent 80.2% of the Company’s total GLA and 77.5% of its owned GLA, and represented 84.6% of the core portfolio’s NOI in 2019. As stated by the Company on April 22nd, May 11th, May 26th, June 3rd, June 8th, June 12th, June 16th, June 30th, July 6th and July 20th, the following malls have already resumed their operations:

- Campo Grande (MS);

- Catuaí Shopping Maringá (PR);

- Amazonas Shopping (AM);

- Shopping Vila Velha (ES);

- Independência Shopping (MG);

- NorteShopping (RJ);

- Shopping Tijuca (RJ);

- Shopping Jardim Sul (SP);

- Mooca Plaza Shopping (SP);

- Shopping Metrô Santa Cruz (SP);

- Shopping Villa-Lobos (SP);

- Shopping Tamboré (SP);

- São Bernardo Plaza Shopping (SP);

- Shopping ABC (SP);

- São Luís Shopping (MA);

- Rio Anil Shopping (MA);

- Shopping Recife (PE);

- Plaza Shopping Niterói (RJ);

- Goiânia Shopping (GO);

- Araguaia Shopping (GO);

- Shopping Estação (PR);

- Shopping Curitiba (PR);

- Shopping Catuaí Londrina (PR).

The Company also informs that it has implemented strict protocols related to the sanitization of the referred assets in addition to the recommendations of the health authorities, in order to preserve and prioritize the health and well-being of both our customers and tenants, as well as employees and partners. The reopening protocol is available in the Company’s IR website (http://ir.brmalls.com.br).

The other malls in the Company’s portfolio remain closed, as determined by public authorities. Delivery services and/or essential activities are still allowed in our malls.

We will keep the market informed of developments in the Covid-19 pandemic and its impacts in the Company’s business.