MONROVIA: Liberia’s preparation method pronounced on Sunday it had deferred by dual weeks a reopening of a country’s schools, that were sealed 6 months ago to extent a widespread of a Ebola virus.
Classes had been set to resume on Monday, though a method pronounced in a matter relatives and students indispensable some-more time to ready for a new propagandize year.
“Classes will start on Monday, Feb 16, 2015,” a matter said.
Liberia is one of 3 west African countries strike by a deadliest Ebola conflict on record, together with Guinea and Sierra Leone.
Schools in all 3 countries were sealed final year over a outbreak, that has killed around 9,000 people.
The rate of new infections has slowed significantly in new weeks, paving a approach for a light lapse to normal.
In Guinea, children returned to propagandize on Jan 19.
Sierra Leone has pronounced it will restart classes in March.
Liberia’s President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf this week cited cost as a cause hampering a resumption of classes in her country.
“The cost of opening shools, as due by public, private schools and aloft preparation institutions, is simply prohibitive,” she told parliament.
The preparation method pronounced it was operative to safeguard that Ebola-related “safety protocols, logistics” and “health and training requirements” were in place before classes resumed.Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2015