Busia healthcare workers have called off their strike that had entered day two.
The strike had brought hospital operations to a halt.
This followed talks between the County Government and the union leaders.
The discussions chaired by the Deputy Governor Moses Mulomi who is also the acting Health Executive, focused on eight points that had been raised.
The two parties agreed to sign a return to work formula starting Wednesday July 1, 2020.
Secretary General of the Kenya Union of Clinical Officers (KUCO) Philemon Nakoche agreed to suspend the strike on condition that issues they had raised including promotions and allowances are fully addressed.
“We have agreed to suspend the strike on condition that our members get their promotion letters,” Nakoche said.
Nakoche also asked the County Government to reconstitute a task force that will investigate errors of promotion and examine other issues affecting health workers including allowances and transfers.