Abuja - The Nigerian Medical Association has rejected the Federal Government’s directive to schools to resume on September 22 as against October 12, Punch reports.
The association said that all schools ought to remain shut till all those under surveillance for the Ebola Virus Disease in the country had been certified free.
Ebola: Schools to resume September 22
The NMA suggested that 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.
The federal government had extended the current holiday of primary and secondary schools across the country in order to prevent an outbreak of the Ebola Viral Disease (EVD) among the students.
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