Major disruptions avoided during strike
- From wire reports
TALLINN - Although Estonian patients’ representative unions recommended that people go to foreign countries for medical aid if need be, during the medical staff strike that lasted for nearly a month, no one used that opportunity, Estonian Health Insurance Fund (EHIF) data indicate, reports Public Broadcasting.“The Health Insurance Fund has not received any applications to get medical help abroad because of the strike of Estonian medical staff,” EHIF PR manager Evelin Koppel said.“If the state cannot fulfill the obligations set on it by the law, I mean maxi...
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