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What happened in South Korea? Doctors suddenly started resigning, medical system came to a standstill – India TV Hindi

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What happened in South Korea?  Doctors suddenly started resigning, medical system came to a standstill – India TV Hindi

Doctors started resigning in South Korea - India TV Hindi

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Doctors started resigning in South Korea

South Korea News: South Korea is already troubled by the provocative actions of its neighboring country North Korea. North Korea maintains fear in South Korea by conducting missile tests. Internal arrangements in South Korea, which is struggling on the international front, have also come to a standstill. Especially the medical system has been badly affected. Because doctors started resigning in droves. Know what is the reason behind this?

Trainee doctors in South Korea began handing in their resignations en masse on Monday in protest against a government policy. Due to this, there have been reports of delays in surgeries and other treatments in hospitals. A group of doctors and the government are at loggerheads over a government plan to increase the number of admissions to medical schools by 2,000, which will come into effect from next year.

South Korea is behind developed countries in this matter

Health officials say that in view of the increasing number of elderly people in South Korea, it is necessary to appoint more doctors. He says that the country lags behind among developed countries in terms of determining the number of doctors according to population. But doctors’ groups say the government should first use available resources to increase medical fees and address other problems.

Junior doctors resigned

On Monday, trainee doctors in five major hospitals of the country started submitting resignation letters. The ‘Korea Intern Resident Association’, the union of these doctors, had decided to resign en masse during an emergency meeting last week.

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