French labour unions were divided about the future of the social movement after the government offered to temporarily scrap a controversial part of its pension reform. plans.
Thousands of trade unionists and Gilets Jaunes marched together against the French government's planned pension reform on the 24th consecutive day of strikes.
The strike is a "big shot of anger" at "purely budgetary logics which should not apply to childcare," a spokesperson for the movement told Euronews.
"Exhausted caregivers = endangered patients", "Public hospitals in life-threatening emergency" were some of the protesters' mottos.
The industrial action is due to begin Wednesday evening local time and continue into Thursday. Airlines have been instructed to reduce flights to affected airports.
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Low-cost airline Ryanair has been forced to cancel hundreds of flights due to 24 walk-out by pilots in five countries
Cabin crews working for budget airline Ryanair are to stage a walkout in Portugal, Italy, Spain and Belgium on July 25. A pilot strike is also due to go ahead on July 12.