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Uganda police arrest 30 Chinese nationals who escaped from quarantine centre

The Chinese nationals had been quarantined at a hotel facility in Entebbe before they moved out citing high charges – They were escorted out of the facility in the hotel’s travel bus with the help of another Chinese national – Following public uproar, police swung into action and arrested them before returning them to quarantine facility Police in Uganda and Ministry of Health officials have managed to trace and arrest 30 Chinese nationals who escaped from a quarantine centre. The foreigners had been quarantined at hotel facility in Entebbe but on Friday, March 20, they were captured in video moving out with the help of another Chinese national.

The video went viral on social media with many Ugandans blaming the government for not taking the coronavirus battle seriously. Police swung into action immediately and started tracing the escapees who were later found in an apartment in Naguru where they were arrested alongside their house helps. They were then returned to the quarantine facility and ordered to complete the mandatory 14 days. All those who lived in the apartment were subjected to thorough screening before their samples were taking for medical checkup.

The video went viral on social media with many Ugandans blaming the government for not taking the coronavirus battle seriously. Police swung into action immediately and started tracing the escapees who were later found in an apartment in Naguru where they were arrested alongside their house helps. They were then returned to the quarantine facility and ordered to complete the mandatory 14 days. All those who lived in the apartment were subjected to thorough screening before their samples were taking for medical checkup.

 

Source: Tuko

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