Meuhedet brings in new lab workers due to strike

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July 10, 2007 08:51

 
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The managers of the Meuhedet medical clinics in Jerusalem announced on Tuesday that they had brought in new workers following a lab workers' strike, Israel Radio reported. Meuhedet said lab tests were continuing without delays. The workers have been protesting the transfer of a lab facility to the center of the country.

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