A health worker wearing protective equipment takes a blood sample from a patient at a ward for patients suspected of having the Ebola virus, at Rokupa Hospital, Freetown October 6, 2014. (REUTERS/Christopher Black/WHO)
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Health workers across Liberia went on strike Monday to demand danger money to care for the sick at the heart of a raging Ebola epidemic that has already killed dozens of their colleagues.However, a number of nurses defied the calls for strike and reported for duty at Liberia's hospitals.Doctors, nurses and carers in West Africa are on the front line of the worst-ever outbreak of Ebola, which has killed more than 4,000 people.In Liberia, the chairman of the national health workers' union, Joseph Tamba, said his strike call had been "massively" followed.
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