In keeping with the Histadrut’s protest against harm to state employees, staffers of the Health Ministry’s district offices have joined sanctions by Transport Ministry driving testers and Agriculture Ministry workers.
They’ve reduced services to cover only emergency cases and matters affecting special populations. These include dealing with medical devices for the rehabilitation and mobility of the disabled, well-baby stations, vaccinations for travelers going abroad, burial licenses, the import of life-saving drugs and the Road Safety Institute.
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