Detectives rounded up 39 women from a wedding party at Nasra Estate, along Spine road in Nairobi’s Eastlands on Sunday evening.
During the incident, three women were found hiding inside the house’s ceiling to avoid being arrested.
They have since been moved into mandatory quarantine at KMTC at their own cost.
Police officers say they were tipped off by members of the public that the women had congregated at the wedding party early Sunday morning.
By the time the officers arrive at the scene, the party was still ongoing.
The incident comes just a day after health CAS Mercy Mwangangi said that anyone found defying the curfew order will be placed under mandatory quarantine.
“All those who break the curfew rules will be assumed to have been in contact and will hence be taken to quarantine facilities for 14 days, nobody has the authority to clear anybody to move from Nairobi other than the Ministry of Health.” She said