hungarytoday.hu, 2 June 2020
Although the state of emergency ordered in connection with the novel coronavirus outbreak will soon end in Hungary, some of the measures made during the time will remain to “prepare for a possible second wave of the epidemic.” As part of this, the recently introduced system of hospital commanders will also carry on indefinitely under current regulations. Despite that it was said from the beginning that their competence does not extend to professional issues, a new regulation suggests otherwise.
dailynews Hungary, 20 May,2020
Human Resources Minister Miklós Kásler said on Monday that Hungary had successfully completed the first phase of its efforts against the novel coronavirus epidemic.
abouthungary.hu, 18 May 2020
Miklós Kásler, Minister of Human Resources, has told hospital directors in a teleconference that today would see “a new phase in relaunching hospital services”.
concurrences.com, 10 May 2020 - EU Commission
On 8 April 2020 the Commission published a ‘Temporary framework for assessing antitrust issues related to business cooperation in response to situations of urgency stemming from the current COVID-19 outbreak’ (Temporary Framework). The Commission recognises the exceptional challenges faced by some businesses as a result of the COVID-19 crisis, which may require cooperation in order to overcome and mitigate some of the impact of the crisis and to continue to ensure the supply of essential products or services.
dailynews Hungary, 04 May,2020 - MTI
Patients can again make appointments with their general practitioners, dentists, and other specialists, the human resources minister said on public television on Monday.