The two men in their twenties “endeavored to tussle with officials,” Rwanda National Police representative John Bosco Kabera said by telephone Wednesday, Bloomberg reports.

Rwanda started a fourteen day lockdown on March 22, confining travel among towns and urban communities and requesting that individuals stay inside. Its measures are among the most stringent in Africa.

The East African country has an aggregate of 40 affirmed COVID-19 cases and have viewed these numbers as high.


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