Doctors in Delhi to boycott work on Friday over Kolkata hospital violence

14 Jun 2019 09:21 AM

Doctors in Delhi to boycott work on Friday over Kolkata hospital violence

Updated 14 Jun 2019 09:21 AM

Healthcare services at private and government hospitals in the national capital are likely to be affected on Friday with scores of doctors deciding to boycott work for a day to express solidarity with their protesting colleagues in Kolkata.
There will be a complete shutdown of all out patient departments (OPDs), routine operation theatre services and ward visits, except emergency services in the hospitals, several medical bodies of the city have said. 

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