Doctors Tell Govt Their Minimum Conditions To Return To Work

Striking doctors this Friday met with the government in a bid to find a way to end the prolonged industrial action which has left patients stranded.

Junior, senior and specialist doctors awaiting licensure were all present at today’s meeting where they presented their minimum conditions for them to return to work.

No agreement has been reached as yet as Health and Child Care Minister, Dr Obadiah Moyo is expected to forward the doctors’ requests to “relevant authorities: for approval.

The Herald reports that a joint statement is expected to be released tonight by the Ministry when and or if approval has been made to doctors’ requests.

More: The Herald


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One Comment on “Doctors Tell Govt Their Minimum Conditions To Return To Work

  1. It’s always difficult to tell a government that is not really a government anything they should re address the supposed government as the illegal junta
    I.e. Illegall junta you have no legitimacy here so go and —– ———-

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