In the aftermath of the tragedy where ten children lost their life last week, Estonia will order a large-scale fire safety study that will involve about 200 nursing homes and hospitals.
The study will be completed by 2013 and 85% of it will be paid by the Swiss state. The total cost of the study is almost a million euros.
Ten children died and another ten were hospitalized as a result of a fire that broke out at an orphanage of disabled children in the town of Haapsalu in West Estonia in Sunday afternoon on February 20.
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