Kenyan doctors have stopped their strike after 56 days, as they made a deal with the government.

This strike had caused a lot of problems in the country’s public healthcare system since March 15th.

However, there’s still a disagreement between the government and the doctors’ union about how to pay and where to place intern doctors, who are crucial for public healthcare.

The union wants to pay them about $1,500 a month, but the government can only afford $500.

This issue will now be decided by a court, meaning intern doctors will remain jobless for the next 60 days.

This shows the importance of fair pay and working conditions for all healthcare workers.

(Source: BBC)

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