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Nurses, caregivers and other staff picket at Swedish First Hill in Seattle on Tuesday morning,, chanting slogans such as “we’re here, we’re strong, we’ll fight for staffing all day long.” (Ellen M. Banner / The Seattle Times)
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Nurses, caregivers and other staff picket at Swedish First Hill in Seattle on Tuesday morning,, chanting slogans such as “we’re here, we’re strong, we’ll fight for staffing all day long.” (Ellen M. Banner / The Seattle Times)
Some nurses, caregivers and staff picket at Swedish First Hill in Seattle Tuesday morning, January 28, 2020. (Ellen M. Banner / The Seattle Times)
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Swedish health-care workers begin three-day strike

The strike is set to last three days, according to the Service Employees International Union Healthcare 1199NW, which represents the workers. The union said the strike of 7,800 registered nurses, caregivers and staff would be the largest for heath-care workers in recent history. Updated