MONROVIA, Liberia (AP) — Students in Liberia are returning to the classroom after a six-month closure during the Ebola epidemic that left thousands dead in this West African country.
Schools reopened Monday morning in Liberia's capital, where students' temperatures were being taken as they entered. Ebola's main symptom is a high fever, and only those who are sick can spread the deadly virus.
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