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Sri Lanka’s medical staff are suffering from the country’s shortage on fuel and medicine. Doctors and nurses say they are struggling to find enough fuel to get to work, even though they are designated essential workers. On top of this, the island nation is suffering power cuts, and shortages on food and medicines. On Wednesday, over 100 medical staff from the national hospital of Colombo marched to the prime minister’s office. The protestors demanded a fresh supply of fuel and medicines. Public health inspectors and other health service workers went on strike on Wednesday and Thursday. A secretary of Sri […]

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