ALBANY—Gov. Andrew Cuomo added malls, amusement parks, zoos, aquariums and bowling alleys to the list of businesses ordered to close up shop thanks to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Starting at 8 p.m. Thursday, all “indoor common portions” of shopping malls larger than 100,000 feet are ordered to close.

But retail stores within malls that have their own entrances separate from a mall’s general entrance may stay open.

The list of casualties include “all places of public amusement, whether indoors or outdoors,” including locations with amusement rides, carnivals, amusement parks, water parks, aquariums, zoos, arcades, fairs, children’s play centers, funplexes, theme parks, bowling alleys, plus family and children’s attractions.

The rule doesn’t apply to public parks and “open recreation areas.” Gov. Cuomo waived fees on all local and state parks earlier this week.

On Monday, the Democratic governor along with New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy and Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont closed all restaurants and bars except for takeout and delivery.

Gyms, casinos and movie theaters in the tri-state area were also ordered to shutter their doors until further notice to reduce public density and the coronavirus spread.