After several people who were reported to be positive for COVID-19 were there, Shopping malls across Kuala Lumpur, Selangor and Negeri Sembilan turned into empty towns this week.
Because of these malls hit by the COVID-19 infections, shops in Nu Sentral, KLCC and Sunway Pyramid are empty.
An employee of Nu Sentral tested positive for the virus, forcing the shopping center management team to conduct a two-week quarantine and COVID-19 test. On September 27, Nu Sentral was closed for one day.
Despite being strategically located next to the transportation hub that connects commuters to the airport, the mall has hardly any shoppers reopened this week.
In Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Sunway Pyramid shopping mall has the same fate as Nu Sentral. This is because an employee of the Nike store tested positive for COVID-19. The store has been closed since Saturday, while the rest of the mall has been disinfected and opened for business.
People also make a comparison of before and after the crowded of Sunway Pyramid when this shopping mall has reported an employee has COVID-19.
Ni gmbr time 20hb haritu memang padat giler orang tak sngka berubah sekelip mata pic.twitter.com/XMdr2FtbEg
— 🇲🇾 (@anuarsllhdn_) September 29, 2020
KLCC is only a stone’s throw away from Nu Sentral. On Sunday, people who visited the Babel Fit stadium were confirmed to have the virus.
KLCC are not as badly as their neighbors. The photos show some shoppers coming and going.
yooo klcc lrt is almost empty at 8pm pic.twitter.com/gKWwZW0DCe
— najhihah (@lumieredieu) September 28, 2020