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In South Korea, more and more doctors are quitting their jobs during a one-day strike

Doctors at medical facilities across South Korea walked off the job Tuesday in a one-day strike, marking a dramatic and brief extension of a months-old protest against the government’s health care policies that began when residents and interns at major hospitals quit in February working with.

The doctors participating in the one-day strike belong to the country’s largest medical group, the Korean Medical Association, which has about 140,000 members.

It was not immediately clear how many participated, but the group said members recently voted in favor of collective action by a 3-1 margin.

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