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Doctors working in Germany's municipal hospitals have boycotted their workplaces demanding better wages and conditions.
In the city of Hamburg, around 2,000 doctors marched through the city center holding placards that read "Good work, good pay."
According to foreign media , the strike targeted public hospitals in seven of Germany's 16 states and private hospitals.
The doctors' union Marburger Bund is demanding inflation compensation since the last pay rise in autumn 2021 plus a 2.5% increase for 55,000 hospital doctors.
It has called for further strikes in other states on March 30. The employers' association VKA said that the demands for inflation compensation and salary increases were unreasonable.