After a weeks-long strike by doctors in South Korea, now the doctors’ associations say they were returning to work after the government of South Korea have a plan to reform the medical system.
Known, the doctors will resume work from 7am (22:00 GMT).
As cited News24xx.com from Yonhap News Agency, the Korean Intern Resident Association (KIRA), which represents interns and residents, at general hospitals says they reached an agreement with the government to end its strike.
As information, South Korea has reported 136 new cases of coronavirus on Friday.
And until now, the country’s been trying to control a spike in cases that began on August 14, 2020, after the coronavirus spread in South Korea linked to a church service in central Seoul.