Coronavirus sparks xenophobia against Chinese, Northeast Indians

Coronavirus racism Chinese
Since Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic originated in Wuhan in China, several nationals of the country across the world have faced discrimination and became victims of xenophobic attitude by citizens of various countries including India. | Image - Prathap Ravishankar
Du Fengyan, 35, a Chinese from Beijing arrived in Mumbai, India on January 29, a day before India reported its first coronavirus case in Kerala. The airport authorities had screened him for the virus and had cleared him.
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