Black People Banned From Fast-food Restaurant In China

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Black People Banned From Fast-food Restaurant In China

McDonald’s has apologised after black people were banned from entering a branch of the fast-food restaurant in China, Sky News reports.

This came after footage appeared on social media showing a man holding a sign which said black people were barred from the branch in Guangzhou, and they should notify the police for medical isolation.

The United States consulate in China has issued a notice urging African-Americans to avoid the area until further notice. The notice read:

The US Consulate General advises African-Americans or those who believe Chinese officials may suspect them of having contact with nationals of African countries to avoid the Guangzhou metropolitan area until further notice.

Without advance warning, officials might require such individuals to submit to a COVID-19 test and undergo 14 days of supervised quarantine at their own expense.

China has consistently denied that there is racism in the country targeted against African people.

Several African countries have condemned the Chinese racism and called on China to put a stop to the hate.

More: Sky News



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