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Greek pharmacists suspend strike, work stoppage in Attica/Apr 1 2014

Greek Pharmacists’ Association decided to suspend their open-end strike that was launched end March. Pharmacies across the country opened their door today on April 1st 2014. However pharmacists in Attica will stage a work stoppage between 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. in order to join the protests in downtown Athens in the afternoon.

Pharmacists went on open-end strike on March 26th 2014 in order to protest the changes in the reform bill but the strike backfired as the already troubled Greek patient had to stand up to three hours to obtain a life-saving medicine.

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