At the borders, tightening is definitely needed due to the strong outbreak of the coronavirus epidemic – said Prime Minister Viktor Orbán on Kossuth Radio on Friday.
Recent figures have confirmed that the epidemic situation is deteriorating dramatically, so we need to look again at how many empty beds we have and how many hospital beds are equipped with ventilators because experts agree that the number of illnesses could rise drastically in the next two weeks, said Viktor Orbán on Kossuth Radio’s […]
One of the readers of the telex drew the attention of the news portal to the fact that on Hundub, a Hungarian-like social site similar to Facebook, certain users sent child pornography images among themselves.
The production of the domestic coronavirus vaccine will start in Debrecen at the end of next year, the Minister of Innovation and Technology announced at a press conference held at the headquarters of the Hajdú-Bihar Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
The rate of natural decline in the population increased in January, with a 9.8% decrease in births and a 9.6% increase in deaths compared with the same month in 2020, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said.
“Suffering caused by communism and heroic defiance against dictatorship is a part of our national identity,” Gergely Gulyás, the head of the Prime Minister’s Office, said marking Hungary’s day of the victims of communist dictatorships in a video posted on Facebook.
The opposition Democratic Coalition (DK) on Thursday accused the government of intentionally snubbing the European Union’s offer of certain vaccines to suit its “anti-EU agenda”.
Hungary’s chief medical officer has said that the authorities want to speed up the rate of vaccinations, and the aim is for everyone who has registered in advance to receive the vaccine by Easter.
The government will maintain the current restrictions introduced due to the coronavirus pandemic until March 15, the head of the Prime Minister’s Office told a weekly press briefing.
Hungary is set to face its hardest two weeks of the coronavirus pandemic yet, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has said, encouraging the public to register for a vaccine.