Ebola: Some Liberian health workers defy strike call
Some health workers in Liberia have turned up for work, defying calls for a strike amid the Ebola outbreak.
However, the picture is still unclear, as there are also reports of workers heeding the strike call, a BBC reports says.
The National Health Workers Association wants an increase in the monthly risk fee paid to those treating Ebola cases.
Liberia is worst-affected by the deadliest ever Ebola outbreak.
The disease has killed more than 4,000 people in Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea and Nigeria since it was identified in March.
World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Margaret Chan said the outbreak threatened the “very survival of societies and governments in already very poor countries”.