After Karnataka government announced a 14-day curfew in the state amid the raging pandemic, a long queue was seen outside a liquor shop in Bengaluru.
Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa in a press conference on April 26 said that all commercial activities will remain prohibited much like the weekend curfew in the state.
Only essential services will be allowed between 6pm - 10 am.
Public transport will also remain shut during lockdown.
The state recorded 34,804 COVID-19 cases on April 25, its highest ever single-day count.
Karnataka has 2.62 lakh active cases, only behind Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh.