Kenya says it has raised a complaint with Beijing over footage of Kenyans sleeping on pavements and complaining of forced evictions.
Nairobi says, however, that it was aware that China was imposing new rules to curb the Covid-19, including mass testing of people.
The virus was first reported in Wuhan, China, on December 31, 2019 and the country had reported 81,907 infections and 3,336 deaths, according to Worldometer's tally on Tuesday.
It also reported 77,455 recoveries and 1,116 active cases, 42 of which were new cases.
In a statement, the Kenyan Foreign Affairs ministry asked all citizens in China to remain in touch with the embassy in Beijing, either directly or through their Kenyan community leaders.
"Our embassy in Beijing remains available to attend to any challenges that may arise and to do so in liaison with the Chinese authorities," the ministry said.
It added, "In view of this commitment and cooperation, we expect an early and comprehensive resolution of this matter to the benefit of Kenyan nationals in China."
Kenyans in China have asked the government to help them return home after a surge in racial discrimination against Africans in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic.
Many living in China have been kicked out of their houses and now live on the streets, depending on well-wishers for food and other basic requirements.
Chinese police reportedly evicted them forcibly and taking away their legal documents.
Many Kenyans have accused China of turning a blind eye to humiliation meted on innocent Africans and have called on other countries to rise up against this brutality.