Health workers employed by a Ministry of Health in Sierra Leone to bury corpses of Ebola victims embarked on a criticism this week to demonstrate their exasperation over remuneration they are being owed.
As a form of protest, a workers dumped a bodies of 15 Ebola victims on a street, CNN reports. Some of a corpses were dumped in front of a sanatorium opening on Monday to forestall people from entering.
The workers are reportedly being due 7 weeks of “hazard” pay, during $100 a week. This additional compensate is meant to be a form of remuneration since of a high risks concerned with burying Ebola victims, as a pathogen is widespread around hit with corporeal fluids.
In a issue of a protests, a National Ebola Response Center has announced that all a workers that participated in a strike will be sacked.