Doctors strike, resume negotiations with Finance Ministry

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August 17, 2011 08:51

 
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Doctors strikes continued on Wednesday as negotiations between the Israel Medical Association and Finance Ministry resumed.

Out-patient clinics and treatment centers were closed north of Tel HaShomer while operating rooms in hospitals in Tel Aviv and southward were reportedly only performing emergency and oncological procedures.

Additionally, doctors in Clalit clinics were on strike in the South, Army Radio reported.

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