Read Legenda Explanation. This page for Liberia has been latest updated at 2020-04-01 23:01:08
Liberia, a country heavily affected by the outbreak of ebola, took a lot of drastic measures to prevent corona from entering and spreading within the country.
From March 20, at all entry points to the country will be extra health controls. The country also banned travelers coming from countries with more than 200 cases of the coronavirus.
Although there have been cases confirmed, the strict measures - as implemented by many other countries - will be enforced by the government, as reported by RFI.fr.
Everyone working in the public sector whose job is not essential for daily life in Liberia has gotten time off. Liberians are too not allowed to travel when it's not essential. Schools are closed and many churches will close their doors as well.
After Sierra Leone decided to close their borders with Liberia onMarch 30, a day later Liberia also decided to shut down its borders. The government also said they will close down all schools and universities in the country.
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Last validated on April 01, 2020:1 April: The government of Liberia decided to close its borders with Sierra Leone. Additionally, Liberian authorities closed down all schools in order to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
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