Orvostechnikai Szövetség



Forrás: hungarytoday.hu - 27 March 2020
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán on Friday announced a curfew in Hungary. People are only allowed to leave their homes to go to work or to run essential errands, Orbán said in an interview to public broadcaster Kossuth radio on Friday.
Grocery shops and pharmacies will be open to people above 65 years of age between 9 and 12 every day, he said. Others will not be allowed in those shops during that period, he said. 

Orbán: Hospitals to be commandeered to ensure compliance

So-called hospital commanders appointed by the government will head all Hungarian hospitals from Monday, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said.
Orbán said doctors will still decide on medical matters, but compliance with the stated epidemiological regulations will be overseen by the commanders.
Also, the uniformed hospital commanders will be in charge of supplies and staff management, he said, adding that hospitals would be able to bear the burden if the system operated smoothly in the next few weeks or months.