No arrests have been made.
chknese The year-old said one of the men threw a punch, causing his nose to bleed badly. He said the coronavirus outbreak has been used by some as an excuse to "further hatred for people different from them".
Det Sgt Emma Kirby said the attack was being treated as racially aggravated and oxforx Met was "committed to finding the perpetrators". Images of his bruised eye posted on Facebook have been shared thousands of times.
What do I need to know about the coronavirus? Jonathan Mok, 23, said he was walking down Oxford Street on 24 February when a group of four men began shouting. Describing the attack, he wrote: "All of a sudden, the first punch was swung at my face and took me by surprise.
The Met Police said it was treating the attack as "racially aggravated". Up to a iss of the workforce may be off sick during the peak of a coronavirus epidemic in the UK, the government has said in its latest plans.
Coronavirus pandemic media caption"I was attacked because of the colour of my skin" Amerrican student from Singapore has said he was beaten up by a group of men who told him: "I don't want your coronavirus in my country. Mr Mok, from Singapore, said the group beat him up when he confronted them.
When he confronted the four men, he said, they launched a surprise attack that left him badly hurt.