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Chinese cargo plane lands at JKIA amid COVID-19 scare

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A Chine plane with cargo on board has landed at the JKIA on Friday morning.

The Southern China Airline arrived from Guangzhou with no passengers on board but with gear to help in the fight against coronavirus in the country.

Its arrival is in line with the government directive to allow only cargo planes into the country following the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The government through the ministry of health said they will quarantine all crew on arrival and disinfect all items before they are allowed into the country.

At the same time tension is high between Kenyans and Chinese following complaints by Kenyans living in China.

In a special documentary aired on Citizen, Kenyans say they are being blamed for the new coronavirus cases in China.

Some claim they are being forcefully evicted from their houses and left with no where to sleep.

They are calling on the government to help them get back home as they fear for their lives.

Responding to the claims, Moses Kuria has called on the government to remove all Chinese nationals in Kenya.

Kenyans online have also been angered by the treatment calling on the government to act swiftly.


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