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Health workers strike to demand better conditions for covid-19 in Sri Lanka


Colombo (Sri Lanka), Oct 8 (EFE / EPA) .- (Camera: Chamila Karunarathne) Around 100,000 health workers began a five-hour strike across the country this Friday demanding solutions and the allocation of a payment for risk of covid-19, in addition to other demands.FOOTAGE OF THE PROTESTS IN A COLOMBO HOSPITAL, SRI LANKA.

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