TALLINN - The first day of a strike by doctors that started in Estonia on Monday passed peacefully, but the involved parties forecast no quick end to it. On Monday, planned outpatient appointments were cancelled in the Tartu University Clinic, North Estonian Regional Hospital, East Tallinn Central Hospital and West Tallinn Central Hospital. Staff in the hospitals said that people were initially peaceful and supportive and there were a few who were not aware of the strike, Public Broadcasting reported.Next week, however, the strike will reach the hospital in-patient departments, mean...
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