hungarytoday.hu 15 January 2021 - MTI
Hungary’s capacity to carry out vaccinations well exceeds vaccine supplies, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Friday, adding that the process may accelerate if the Hungarian authorities approve a Chinese vaccine, a decision which could be made within days.
hungarytoday.hu 14 January 2021 - MTI
The government will launch a campaign to encourage residents to get inoculated against Covid-19, the head of the Prime Minister’s Office told his weekly online press conference on Thursday.
hungarytoday.hu 13 January 2021 - MTI
The government has granted 50 billion forints (EUR 138.5m) to support 46 investments in the Hungarian health sector, resulting in new developments worth 65 billion, Mihály Varga, the finance minister, has said.
hungarytoday.hu 11 January 2021 - Péter Cseresnyés
Since the registration period to receive the coronavirus vaccine started in Hungary, we have come across contradictory statements on whether this process is required to be eligible for vaccination. Although previously, government politicians said those who did not register would get further back in the line, according to the deputy chief medical officer of Budapest, those who do not sign up won’t get the Covid vaccine at all.
dailynews Hungary, 08 January 2021
The government will keep coronavirus-related restrictions in place until February 1, and secondary schools will continue digital education, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Friday.