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Doctors across Zimbabwe go on strike over pay, drug shortages

March 13, 2018, 8:14 am by Reuters Health News

HARARE (Reuters) - Doctors at public hospitals across Zimbabwe have gone on strike and will not return to work until the government meets their demands for better pay and working conditions, a spokesman for a doctors' unions said on Tuesday.


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