hungarytoday.hu 16 September 2020 - MTI
The government has capped the price of coronavirus tests at 19,500 forints (EUR 54) and decided that clubs will have to close by 11pm to curb the spread of the virus, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Facebook on Wednesday.
hungarytoday.hu 13 September 2020 - MTI
The government is working to ensure that Hungary is able to function, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán told public broadcaster M1 on Saturday evening, asking the public to observe coronavirus-related measures.
dailynews Hungary, 12 September 2020 - MTI
Hungary’s health-care sector is prepared to handle the next wave of the coronavirus epidemic, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Facebook on Saturday.
dailynews Hungary, 09 September,2020 - Alpár Kató
Hungary’s chief medical officer has ordered a nationwide ban on visits to hospitals, the National Public Health Centre (NNK) said on Wednesday.
hungarytoday.hu 07 September 2020 - Sára Kata
The lengths of wait lists have been a problem in Hungary for one and a half decades. Considering this, it is no wonder that the restrictions in public healthcare during the spring wave of the coronavirus pandemic resulted in even longer waiting lists. Although healthcare started to function “normally” as early as it could and many of those surgeries postponed during the lockdown were performed, some waiting lists are still shockingly long at the start of the new wave.