Metro Ebola: NMA Suggests December or Early 2015 as a Better Resumption Date for Schools


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The Nigerian Medical Association has rejected the Sept. 22 date for resumption, arguing that that doesn't give the nation enough time to ensure that everyone currently under 'Ebola Watch' are certified clear of the disease.

From Daily Post:
Speaking through its National Secretary-General, Dr. Olawunmi Alayaki, the association said, “we are not happy with this decision on the resumption of schools. Schools should be shut till the last suspected case or patient is certified free of the virus.”

According to the NMA, the resumption of schools could be shifted till December or early part of next year because if Ebola should spread to any school, it would “assume another dimension.”

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Source: #DailyPost

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