The Inquirer is a leading independent daily newspaper published in Liberia, based in Monrovia. It is privately owned with a "good reputation".

Liberia Closes All Foreign Missions

Foreign Minister Milton G. Findley has announced the closure of all Liberia’s foreign missions due to the outbreak of the coronavirus which is affecting both the developed and developing countries’ health systems globally.
He stated that the Government of Liberia will not risk the lives of its citizens including diplomats in foreign land and acknowledged that some of the country embassies have long been closed for the past three to four weeks including China, Japan and others.
Making the disclosure in Buchanan, Grand Bassa County during the distribution of disinfectant materials to residents of his hometown last week, Min. Findley stated that Liberian diplomats are now working from home (Liberia) and have opened a chartroom from which they are coordinating things amongst themselves, adding, “This virus is not a joke therefore everyone must work with government to have it defeated.”
According to the report the confirmed cases of coronavirus has reached 14 with 3 deaths since it was announced in the country on Monday, March 2, and he said there is a need for more stringent measures if the population is to adhere to the preventive measures.
Liberia seems to be one of the countries in the sub-region that was recording low cases of the outbreak as health workers or scientists continue to struggle to bring the disease under control as deaths are being reported in the thousand dailies.

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