The levitra female Nurses Association of Jamaica has asked nurses to return to work, as they await feedback from the government about several issues which led to a sick out yesterday.

The protest disrupted operations at some hospitals.

The NAJ says it called a meeting of its membership yesterday where the issues relating to working conditions, remuneration and statements in the print media were aired.

Following that meeting, the leadership of the NAJ met with prices levitra the Minister of Health and Wellness and technocrats of that Ministry, and the issues were discussed.

The NAJ in a statement says Health Minister Dr. Christopher Tufton has committed to having dialogue with order cialis canada Prime Minister Andrew Holness, and Finance Minister Dr. Nigel Clarke.

The NAJ states that based on the outcomes of the discussions and levitra bayer original buy the commitment made by Dr. Tufton to give some feedback by today, it called on registered nurses to return to work.

NAJ President Patsy Edwards-Henry wants the Health and Finance Ministries to take action regarding nurses’ wages.