Parents take children out of school in Guinea over Ebola fears: Red Cross

February 13, 2015 4:15 PM

15 0

CONAKRY (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Parents have taken their children out of school in some parts of the Guinean capital this week, less than a month after schools reopened, because of fears the Red Cross is spreading the Ebola virus on campus, the humanitarian agency said.

Parents took their children out of school in the Matam area of Conakry on Wednesday, a day after children were removed from their schools in the Ratoma area, the Red Cross said.

Also read: Delta Air Lines ties woman with multiple sclerosis to wheelchair with blanket, family says

Read more

To category page