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Malls Wear A Deserted Look In Hyderabad:- The coronavirus pandemic left a huge impact and the country is left in deep financial crisis. The Centre and the state governments could not hold the people in lockdown as most of them are left jobless. The religious shrines, restaurants, hotels and the shopping malls have been granted to reopen after a gap of 70 days. In Hyderabad, most of the shopping malls, restaurants wore a deserted look on day one on June 8th after they are opened for the public. Most of the hangouts in popular shopping malls like Forum Mall, GVK One and PRASADS remained closed.
Some of the restaurants are opened only for takeaways and some of the restaurants are opened for the public which witnessed low footfalls. Some of the entertainment zones and food courts in the famous shopping malls will be open for public only after the reopening of multiplexes as per the update as there would be no decent footfalls. Some of the shopping malls are opened for shopping across Hyderabad but the number of footfalls is quite low. Top restaurants in Hyderabad like Bawarchi and Paradise are opened for takeaways and are not opened for dining. They say that the dining facility will be open in the upcoming weeks once the cases of coronavirus get reduced.
The other shops, tiffin centers, small shopping places, eateries and others looked deserted on the first day across Hyderabad.