1. Coronavirus: Fake flyers in Los Angeles target Panda Express  BBC News
  2. Asian-Americans suffer discrimination as coronavirus concerns mount in US  South China Morning Post
  3. County Officials Condemn Racist Incidents Over Fears Of Coronavirus  CBS Los Angeles
  4. Coronavirus: Local boy bullied, attacked, targeted just because he's Asian, officials say  KABC-TV
  5. Fake flyers and face-mask fear: California fights coronavirus discrimination  Reuters
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Bearing a bogus World Health Organization seal, the flyers told people to avoid Panda Express.Bearing a bogus World Health Organization seal, the flyers told people to avoid Panda Express.

Coronavirus: Fake flyers in Los Angeles target Panda Express - BBC News

Bullying and assaults of Asian-Americans are being reported from New York to New Mexico, sparked by unfounded fears that they are somehow linked to the virus.Bullying and assaults of Asian-Americans are being reported from New York to New Mexico, sparked by unfounded fears that they are somehow linked to the virus.

A flyer in Los Angeles' Carson area, with a fake seal of the World Health Organization, tells residents to avoid Asian-American businesses like Panda Express because of a coronavirus outbreak. A Los Angeles middle schooler is beaten and hospitalized after students say he is as an Asian-American with coronavirus.A flyer in Los Angeles' Carson area, with a fake seal of the World Health O...

Fake flyers and face-mask fear: California fights coronavirus discrimination - Reuters

“Corona virus spreads through fecal matter. So now that it's hit LA with its anal licking millennials we should all be dead by Tuesday.”

Joseph Kahn on Twitter: "Corona virus spreads through fecal matter. So now that it's hit LA with its anal licking millennials we should all be dead by Tuesday."

“In the San Gabriel Valley, coronavirus fear is in the eye of the beholder - Los Angeles Times https://t.co/EOWFxSFCZy”

Vincent Ni on Twitter: "In the San Gabriel Valley, coronavirus fear is in the eye of the beholder - Los Angeles Times https://t.co/EOWFxSFCZy"

“Just a thought: tragically there are 50,000 (modest estimate) homeless people in LA. What the hell happens if this #coronavirus finds it’s way into that population? Does LA have the means to handle, contain and treat?”

Jack Osbourne on Twitter: "Just a thought: tragically there are 50,000 (modest estimate) homeless people in LA. What the hell happens if this #coronavirus finds it’s way into that population? Does LA have the means to handle, contain and treat?"

“The U.S. has 12 confirmed cases of #Coronavirus, two of them in Southern California. Passengers are being screened at airports, but what about the crews on cargo ships who arrive at the Port of Los Angeles and Port of Long Beach? Here’s our @ABC7 report: https://t.co/p3MolnxeNm”

Josh Haskell on Twitter: "The U.S. has 12 confirmed cases of #Coronavirus, two of them in Southern California. Passengers are being screened at airports, but what about the crews on cargo ships who arrive at the Port of Los Angeles and Port of Long Beach? Here’s our @ABC7 report: https://t.co/p3MolnxeNm"

L.A. community and political leaders are concerned about a rising backlash against Asian Americans due to the coronavirus.L.A. community and political leaders are concerned about a rising backlash against Asian Americans due to the coronavirus.

Coronavirus: San Fernando boy bullied, attacked, accused of having coronavirus because he's Asian, officials say | abc7.com

So far, there have been 15 confirmed coronavirus cases nationwide, including eight in California. Of those, one is in L.A. County, one in Orange County and two in San Diego County.So far, there have been 15 confirmed coronavirus cases nationwide, including eight in California. Of those, one is in L.A. County, one in Orange County and two in San Diego County.

Teen Student In LA Assaulted As Coronavirus Fears Stoke ‘Racial Backlash’ – CBS Los Angeles

L.A. County and community leaders called on the public to refrain from racially scapegoating Asian Americans as the coronavirus spreads globally.

LA Officials Fear Coronavirus-Related Hate Crimes

LOS ANGELES (REUTERS) - A flyer in Los Angeles' Carson area, with a fake seal of the World Health Organisation, tells residents to avoid Asian-American businesses like Panda Express because of a coronavirus outbreak. A Los Angeles middle schooler is beaten and hospitalised after students say he is as an Asian-American with coronavirus.. Read more at straitstimes.com.United States News -LOS ANGELES (REUTERS) - A flyer in Los Angeles' Carson area, with a fake seal of the World Health Organisation, tells residents to avoid Asian-American businesses like Panda

Attacked for wearing face mask: Anti-Asian prejudice bubbles up in California over coronavirus fears, United States News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Los Angeles County officials Thursday urged the public to resist yielding to anti-Asian stereotypes, panic and misinformation related to unfounded fears that...Los Angeles County officials Thursday urged the public to resist yielding to anti-Asian stereotypes, panic and misinformation related to unfounded fears that the coronavirus may be spreading in the Southland. At a news conference in downtown Los Angeles, community leaders emphasized that the risk to most people outside China remains very low, and winter flu remains a more immediate threat….

LA Community Leaders Worry Anti-Asian Racism is Being Fueled by Coronavirus Panic – NBC Los Angeles

Coronavirus-Triggered Racism Must Be Combated - Los Angeles, CA - Los Angeles County officials warned of an alarming increase of racist backlash targeting Asian Americans amid Coronavirus hysteria.Coronavirus-Triggered Racism Must Be Combated - Los Angeles, CA - Los Angeles County officials warned of an alarming increase of racist backlash targeting Asian Americans amid Coronavirus hysteria.

Coronavirus-Triggered Racism Must Be Combated: LA County Leaders | Los Angeles, CA Patch

As governments around the world work to contain the spread of the coronavirus, some local residents say it's affecting their daily lives.As governments around the world work to contain the spread of the coronavirus, some local residents say it’s affecting their daily lives.

Coronavirus fears leading to discrimination, Asian-Americans report | KRON4

L.A. community and political leaders are concerned about a rising backlash against Asian Americans due to the coronavirus.L.A. community and political leaders are concerned about a rising backlash against Asian Americans due to the coronavirus.