The Ugandan police has arrested 32 people in Kampala for watching the finished Premier League match between Arsenal and Liverpool.
The suspects were arrested for violating Presidential and Ministry of Health guidelines of social distancing & curfew.
According to the statement released on thursday by Police Spokesperson, they have been charged with disobedience of lawful orders and doing acts likely to spread infectious disease which is coronavirus.
The Police Spokesperson, Patrick Onyango, further said the suspects were arrested while watching Premier league match of Arsenal vs Liverpool at Katanga in Wandegeya, Kampala.
The game which ended in 2:1 earned Arsenal a victory, which may be the reason why the Arsenal fans decided to take a second look at the game while ending up in police custody.
Uganda currently has a total Coronavirus cases of about 1,026 infections which is pretty small compared to other countries.
So far, 1,023 have been recovered with no death reported in the country.
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