After its voluntary nine-day shutdown, the language institute is also to restart its lectures with the arrival of their teachers.
"We feel sorry for making people concerned," said Kim Young-wha, president of the institute. "We will do our best to prevent recurrences of such problems through our new health monitoring system."
In preparation for its reopening, the institute yesterday launched a health monitoring program and "flu-free zone" campaign aimed at all its staff, teachers and students.
With its existing standards tightened, teachers will receive medical checkups regularly and their fever development is to be examined twice a day. When they have light symptoms, they will be treated following the recommendations of the disease control agency, according to the institute.
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