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.
hungarytoday.hu 06 January 2021 - Péter Cseresnyés
Although in a recent interview Prime Minister Viktor Orbán stated that all the necessary technical conditions are in place to begin swift mass vaccinations against Covid-19 in Hungary, it seems that even the recently started inoculation of healthcare workers faces quite a few difficulties. Several doctors and even the Hungarian Medical Chamber reported severe technical problems.
hungarytoday.hu 04 January 2021 - Péter Cseresnyés
The National Public Health Centre (NNK) has published on its website a proposal based on Hungary’s national vaccination plan, containing the detailed priority list of the vaccination.
hungarytoday.hu 04 January 2021 - MTI
All the necessary technical conditions are in place to begin swift mass vaccinations against Covid-19 in Hungary once vaccines are delivered in larger quantities, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in a radio interview on Sunday.