In order to prevent the spread of covid-19 disease, the Ministry of Health has laid down measures that need to be followed by each and everyone. These measures include: wearing of face mask, keeping social distance, sanitizing always and among others.
However, many citizens have been seen to be flouting these rules hence risking their life's and that of others. On Friday night, ravelers were arrested by the police from Vintage Lounge in Lira City in northern Uganda. The Vintage Lounge is one of the city's popular bars known for hosting night parties in Uganda. They wewe arrested for flouting covid-19 prevention measures and rules, among other crimes.
Those arrested will face the wrath of the law as police carry out their duties day and night to ensure those rules and guidelines given by the Government are strictly followed for the safety of the citizens.
Therefore, let's do the necessary for the sake of our health since nobody will be responsible for our mistakes.Share, like, comment and don't forget to follow us for more updates.
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