- Five Nigerians that travelled to Guangzhou in China have been infected with coronavirus as 6,321 foreigners are in quarantine
- According to the report, four of those Nigerians arrived in March and visited a local restaurant multiple times over a number of days before they were isolated
- This is coming at a time Nigerians in China are complaining that they are being maltreated in the Asian country
Emerging report has claimed five Nigerians in Guangzhou, China, have been infected with coronavirus and 6,321 foreigners are in quarantine.
The Standards reports that Yuexiu alone reported five imported cases, all of which are Nigerians living in the same community.
Four of those Nigerians were said to have arrived in March and visited a local restaurant multiple times over a number of days before they were identified for isolation.
Their actions created the possibility that they had spread the deadly disease throughout the community.
The deputy director of the Guangzhou City Health Commission, Ouyang Ziwen, urged locals not to panic over the pandemic.
In other news, a viral video online has shown Nigerians being chased around on Chinese roads amid coronavirus lockdown.
The Nigerian voice in the video said the Chinese government is treating them like second class citizens despite the fact that their citizens are in Africa with complete freedom.
The Nigerian man said the police officials chased them out of their hotel rooms into the rain.
In another shot in the same video file, some Nigerians were seen roaming in a pack as they complained of the inhumane way they were sent away to seek shelter even after they have observed a 15-day quarantine.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a member of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) serving in Ondo, Israel Arogbonlo, donated his March allowance to the state government to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
The governor of the state, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu (SAN), received the donation on Tuesday, April 7, at the government house in Alagbaka, Akure.
The disclosure was made by the special assistant to the governor on new media, Olabode Richard Olatunde.
While commending Arogbonlo's gesture, Governor Akeredolu said the corps member's donation could save a whole family from starvation.
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