Doctors' sanctions to continue with closures in North

By JUDY SIEGEL ITZKOVITCH
June 26, 2011 05:27

 
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Doctors were expected to continue sanctions on Sunday as part of their ongoing labor dispute with the Treasury.

Outpatient clinics, diagnostic institutes and day hospitals (except for oncology) will be closed from Sheba Medical Center at Tel Hashomer and northward on Sunday – including general, psychiatric and geriatric hospitals. However, physicians in these institutions will only be at work to “give advice.”

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