Several MPs in Botswana have been caught breaking their self-isolation instructions and have now been placed in supervised quarantine.
On Thursday, all parliamentarians and President Mokgweetsi Masisi were asked to quarantine for 14 days after a health worker who had been screening them for the coronavirus herself tested positive.
However, a government statement said some of the MPs had regrettably been seen shopping in supermarkets.
They have been moved from their homes to a supervised government facility.
The statement did not say how many lawmakers had broken the rules.
Botswana has reported 13 coronavirus cases and one death.