Photos of an eerily empty KL Sentral have been making their rounds on social media recently

On Monday, 28 September, Twitter user @KhabirM uploaded several pictures of the usually bustling transport hub.

He wrote, “Quite dead for lunch hour. Guess the fear is real.”

The tweet has since garnered over 3,100 retweets and 4,100 likes.

Quite dead for lunch hour. Guess the fear is real pic.twitter.com/O7DTyCpJ51

— Khabir (@KhabirM) September 28, 2020

Photos taken at different parts of KL Sentral and NU Sentral show a total absence of a crowd

In another tweet, @KhabirM – who works in the area – wrote, “1.30pm and the usual lunch hour madness is missing.”

Image via @KhabirM (Twitter)

Image via @KhabirM (Twitter)

Other netizens agreed that it is pretty unusual to see the place so deserted

One person said, “It’s empty. Usually, during the afternoon, it gets so crowded like it could start a fight.”

Kosong beb selalu kalau tengahari dia punya sesak macam nak ajak bergaduh

— Aan (@FrhnAzzn) September 28, 2020

“This is true though. Very different from last week. My journey to work just now was so different,” wrote another netizen.

This is true tho. Very different from last week. My journey to work just now was so different. https://t.co/32HIkXSOAc

— (@roseadilahmh) September 28, 2020

One user even likened the situation to back when the Movement Control Order (MCO) was enforced. She wrote, “This is back during early MCO, it’s the same. Can sense like it’s going to be MCO all over again.”

ni masa awal2 pkp dulu, sama. ada dah ni bau2 nak pkp balik pic.twitter.com/1yRZLvysGX

— qishina (@qssstna) September 28, 2020

Over the weekend, a staff member at NU Sentral tested positive for COVID-19

The shopping mall management issued a statement regarding the matter, saying that that the Ministry of Health (MOH) has immediately conducted contact tracing and all close contacts have undergone COVID-19 testing.

The patient who tested positive, as well as those who were in close contact with him, are now undergoing quarantine.

Keep practising physical distancing and wash your hands often. Watch the latest update on the COVID-19 situation:

According to the management, NU Sentral has conducted a thorough sanitisation of the whole mall:
Multiple COVID-19 cases have recently emerged in Klang Valley:
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