A man wears a protective mask at the arrival area of Manila’s international airport. Photo: AP A man wears a protective mask at the arrival area of Manila’s international airport. Photo: AP
A man wears a protective mask at the arrival area of Manila’s international airport. Photo: AP

Coronavirus, South China Sea politics fuel anti-Chinese sentiment in the Philippines

  • While the Southeast Asian nation has just three confirmed cases, experts say fears over the virus’ spread are threatening to become an ‘epidemic of racism’
  • Police say they will crack down on the spread of fake news, but it remains unclear how they will do so and which law they will use

Topic |   Coronavirus China
A man wears a protective mask at the arrival area of Manila’s international airport. Photo: AP A man wears a protective mask at the arrival area of Manila’s international airport. Photo: AP
A man wears a protective mask at the arrival area of Manila’s international airport. Photo: AP
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