With the demonstrations last Wednesday (21), nursing professionals should continue the wave of work stoppages after the decision of the Federal Supreme Court (STF) that favored the continuation of the suspension of the new salary floor.
The protests can be seen in cities such as: Recife, Curitiba, Salvador and Belo Horizonte.
RECIFE NURSES POSTER NURSING SHUTDOWN
After the nurses gathered in front of Hospital da Restauração last Wednesday (21), in acts of protest against the decision, taken by the STF, to suspend the legislation that would establish a floor of R$ 4,750 for nursing professionals.
The strike in the capital of Pernambuco should continue this morning (22), with demonstrations in the city center. The stoppage will affect most hospitals, with a lack of nurses. In addition to mobility in the city.
“Only the private network will work. Emergency with 50% and Infirmaries with 30%”, said a Source to the report of Sistema Jornal do Commercio de Comunicação.
NURSING STRIKE IN CURITIBA TO END THIS THURSDAY (21)
Curitiba is one of the capitals most affected by the nurses’ strike. With more than 16,000 nursing professionals on the streets, the Pequeno Príncipe Hospital, in the capital of Paraná, reported that 45 surgeries had to be postponed as a result of the nurses’ strike.
According to information, the stoppage of nursing in Curitiba should end on the morning of this Thursday (21), at the end of the 24-hour strike.
BH NURSES LEAVE THE STREETS IN PROTEST AGAINST THE SUSPENSION OF THE NURSING WAGE FLOOR
Gathered in Praça da Estação, protesters took to the streets in Belo Horizonte last Wednesday (21), with hundreds of nursing professionals, including nurses, technicians and assistants who protested against the STF’s decision to continue the suspension of the salary floor of the nursing.
Nursing professionals from BH managed to interdict one of the lanes of Avenida dos Andradas, towards the hospital area.
Holding banners and posters, the nurse class expresses their indignation and asks for respect for the profession.