Nurses labor strike started in Liberia
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Nurses John F. Kennedy Hospital in Monrovia, capital of Liberia, began a labor strike Tuesday implements ateder to sue the sick Ebola and protect your personal health.
Labor representatives nurses informed the news agency AFP that health workers refuse to resume their normal work while the minimum to maintain your health conditions are not guaranteed.
“Since the beginning we have had no means of protection to work. As a result, many physicians have been infected by the virus. We have to stay home until we get the personal protective equipment,” explained a spokesman for the nurses work.
Official figures presented by the World Health Organization show that more than 500 thousand people have been result of the epidemic plaguing West Africa, particularly Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea life.