Coronavirus: Bengaluru's top parks, malls shut operations, metro stations mostly deserted
14, Mar 2020, 11:16 AM
As Karnataka government declared the shutting down of places that witness public gathering for one week starting from today due to coronavirus alert, most of the services - from barks, parks to malls have been shut.
One of the biggest malls of Bengaluru - Orion Mall, in Rajajinagar, is completely shut. The mall area is 1 million square feet. Orion mall has 4 floors of retail space, which includes shopping zones, multiplex, food and dining areas including lakeside cafes, bowling and gaming zones.
The mall that used to witness a footfall of over 50,000 on weekends, wore a deserted look.
That apart, parks and pubs have been shut too. Sparse crowd seen at metro stations in the city.