The fourth wave of the coronavirus epidemic is breaking out all over the world, and it is only a matter of time before it appears in Hungary, said Imre Kacskovics, dean of the Faculty of Science of ELTE, on the ATV Start show.
The average temperature in June and July this year was 22.9 grade Celsius in Hungary, the hottest since 1901, the National Meteorological Service (OMSZ) reported.
The opposition Democratic Coalition (DK) has slammed the government for refusing to spend 40 billion forints (EUR 112m) on replenishing the water of Lake Velence, in central Hungary, where large parts of the lake have dried up and the remaining water quality has deteriorated due to recent construction on its shores.
Two patients died over the weekend, while 26 new coronavirus infections were registered, koronavirus.gov.hu said.
The long-awaited poster generator was completed in response to the government’s astonishingly simple campaign, which was posted all over Debrecen too.
The price of petrol is still rising, the Holtankoljak.hu portal reported.
As the concentration of coronavirus in wastewater also increased at seven sites, a continuous increase is expected from now on, virologist Miklós Rusvai told Magyar Hírlap.
The Hungarian state has purchased a collection of 520 documents pertaining to the aristocratic Hungarian Batthyány family, stored for the past 75 years in Vienna, for 5.6 million euros.
A lawmaker of opposition LMP on Monday called on the government to raise the wages of employees working in elderly care. Péter Ungár cited data of a survey covering 25 European countries, which showed that Hungary spends 0.4% of its GDP on care for elderly citizens, far below the average 1.1%.
One patient died over the weekend, while 155 new coronavirus infections were registered, koronavirus.gov.hu said on Monday.