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Nigerian doctors suspend their strike after three days of protesting insolvency and lack of protection against the corona virus

Doctors from the Nigerian state of Lagos, home to the most populous city in Africa, announced on Thursday that they would suspend their strike, which began on Monday to denounce that the government had failed to respond to its demands due to lack of equipment. Protection and default settings against the corona virus.

The president of the medical guild, Oluwajimi Sodipo, has made statements to the BBC television broadcaster that the protest managed to raise awareness of his demands and brought the executive to the negotiating table.

Therefore, he stressed that the doctors returned to work, despite asking the authorities to respond quickly to the demands to ensure that they had adequate equipment and health insurance, and to undergo the necessary tests to ensure that this was the case not find the case is infected.

Nigerian doctors suspend their strike after three days of protesting insolvency and lack of protection against the corona virus
Nigerian doctors suspend their strike after three days of protesting insolvency and lack of protection against the corona virus

The government of the State of Lagos, the epicenter of the pandemic in the African country, has emphasized in more than a third of all confirmed cases that it is working with doctors to try to solve the problems at hand.

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