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Hong Kong Hospital Workers Vote To Strike

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Hong Kong Hospital Workers Vote To Strike

Hong Kong Hospital Workers Vote To Strike

More than 3,000 Hong Kong medical professionals will strike unless the city closes its border with mainland China.

Hong Kong's Chief Executive Carrie Lam has said she wouldn't close the border over fears of fueling discrimination.

Other countries around the world, like the US, Japan, and Australia have imposed restrictions on entry from China.

Business Insider reports non-essential hospital workers in Hong Kong were expected to strike on Monday.

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