Public Sector Doctors in Nigeria Decide to Suspend Strike as Ebola Outbreak Hits Their Shores

by Kathy Jones on  August 8, 2014 at 10:26 PM General Health News
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With Ebola virus hitting the port city of Lagos, claiming two lives while infecting five others, the Nigerian public sector doctors have announced that they will be suspending a five-week long strike in order to deal with the outbreak.
 Public Sector Doctors in Nigeria Decide to Suspend Strike as Ebola Outbreak Hits Their Shores
Public Sector Doctors in Nigeria Decide to Suspend Strike as Ebola Outbreak Hits Their Shores
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A statement from the National Medical Association union listed "the incursion of Ebola into Nigeria" as a main reason for suspending the strike.

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Source: AFP
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