Covid-19: Bengalureans strictly abide by 33-hour complete lockdown on Sunday
Shops, malls, offices and temples remained shut while buses, autorickshaws, cars and two-wheelers did not ply in the city
New Delhi: Roads wore a deserted look, people stayed indoors and all commercial activities allowed as part of 'Unlock' came to a screeching halt in Bengaluru in response to the 33-hour complete lockdown imposed to contain Covid-19.
Amid the rising COVID-19 cases here, over 3,000 beds in private hospitals have been reserved for treating patients while a 10,100-bed coronavirus care centre, the biggest in the country, has been set up, authorities said on Sunday.
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