The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Hungary has risen to 408 by Sunday (29th March).
With the closure of cultural institutions, more and more people are reorganizing their normal operations to help protect against coronavirus in the spirit of social responsibility.
Vodafone Hungary acquired further spectrum for next generation 5G mobile services at the 5G spectrum auction conducted by NMHH (National Media and Infocommunications Authority) for a total cost of HUF 38,65 billion. With these newly acquired spectrum bands suitable for boosting speed, capacity and coverage, the operator is in good position to continue its 5G […]
A dancer is rehearsing in self-imposed quarantine on 26 March 2020.
Hungary’s three-month rolling average jobless rate was 3.5% in December-February, up 0.1 of a percentage point from the previous three-month period, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said.
The curfew entering into effect on March 28 in response to the novel coronavirus epidemic aims to “separate the most vulnerable elderly population from young people in a bearable way”, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in an interview to public broadcaster Kossuth Rádió.
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Hungary has reached 343 by Saturday (28th March).
Hungary’s chief medical officer has issued a decree banning with immediate effect all civilian passenger transport by air, rail or bus into Hungary, as well as the entry of non-Hungarian citizens into the country.
The Hungarian government has appealed to the European Commission to grant VAT exemption for imports of face masks, respirators and other equipment of protection against the novel coronavirus, State Secretary Norbert Izer told MTI- He added that the exemption would only apply to appliances to be distributed free of charge.
More than two-thirds of Hungarians support the government bill submitted to parliament on coronavirus protection and extending the state of emergency, according to a survey by the Századvég Foundation.