In the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou, the big African population says they’re being forced into quarantine or taken out of their homes.

One university student, Ade, told the BBC his landlord had kicked him out and he had to sleep on the streets for several days.

At the start of April, officials started testing every African national in the city after rumours spread of two Nigerian patients escaping isolation.

That’s forced 98% of the African community into lockdown, one leader said.

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