Striking nurses at the Accra Psychiatric Hospital have been asked to resume work and call off their strike by the National Labour Commission (NLC).
The directive follows a meeting held on Wednesday between the NLC, Minister of Health, representatives of the nurses and authorities at the facility.
The nurses have suspended heir services due to the unavailability of logistics and medical supplies.
They have also raised concerns over attacks on nurses at the hospital and are demanding for risk allowance from government.
The nurses say they are not going to resume work until their concerns are addressed.
However, the NLC says the action by the nurses breached the labour laws by failing to notify the NLC before embarking on the strike.
The NLC has also directed the Ministry of Health to adopt immediate measures in ensuring that nurses are provided with the needed logistics to work with.
The authorities at the facility have also been directed to settle the medical bills of the nurses attacked in course of their work.