Having decided to strike as of Friday (15), union doctors from the Annapolis Municipal Network issued a circular notifying services to be maintained during the strike.

In emergency care units (UPA), only specialists will provide urgent and emergency care. Care of a different nature should be directed to the Basic Health Care Units (UBS).

They also ensure that they will work in the specialized core units for urgent and emergency situations. Prescribing medications for continuous and controlled use are also ensured.


Optional care, according to the document, is suspended until the end of the strike.

Doctors from the Emergency Ambulatory Care Service (SAMU) and from the regulation continue to work as normal.

The Annapolis Medical Association (SIMEA) says it plans to answer questions about (62) 3099-1760 whatsApp calls.

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