Foreigners in China could be deported and banned from re-entering for 10 years if the rules related to coronavirus of the country, the government has warned break. National Migration Administration of China announced on its website on Friday that foreign quarantine evaders and violators could face consequences like most of the decline in COVID-19 cases of China continue to arrive from abroad.

While Chinese citizens can be fined or imprisoned for breaking quarantine and other public health regulations, foreigners could see their visas canceled and are deported from China. Those who are forcibly evicted would not be allowed to re-enter between 12 months and 10 years, SCMP reports.

There have been reports of foreigners who break public health and quarantine measures, such as Three people jumping a queue to be tested in Qingdao and a man who allegedly bit a nurse in Guangzhou I was He is trying to stop him leaving a hospital.

Like most foreigners banned from entering them in China on March 28, however, the overwhelming majority of new cases of coronavirus imported are being Chinese citizens returning from abroad. China has also made land more international flights and given the unprecedented step of asking foreign diplomats not to return to the country until next month.

A the same as the Chinese have experienced racism and xenophobia in other parts of the world because of fears that the virus, foreigners in China are receiving ice treatment. In recent weeks there have been reports of expatriates who refused service in restaurants, bars and lounges and even find themselves excluded from their homes by their residential committees. There have also been many complaints among the large African community in Guangzhou. Some say they are being treated unfairly after rumors began to circulate on a COIVD-19 outbreak within their community.

Zhao Lijian, a spokesman for the Chinese Foreign Ministry has dismissed the claims of xenophobia and insisted that China will not tolerate any form of discrimination or racism.

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