The clinic of Pécs University, in southern Hungary, has received a CT machine capable of detecting lung damage caused by the novel coronavirus.
Vodafone Hungary has recently completed network development in three Central Hungarian regions under the Superfast Internet Program, making high-speed broadband Internet access available at more than 18 000 end-points. Thanks to the development, the company can offer Internet access with speeds of hundreds of megabits to consumer and business customers, schools and public administration institutions […]
As a unique approach in Hungary, since July this year, Vodafone Hungary has been offering customer service staff the opportunity to work from home in a permanent manner. Teleworking had already been part of ‘business-as-usual’ for the company; however, experience from recent months has shown that this approach can be introduced in areas such as […]
Justice Minister Judit Varga inaugurated a centre in Pécs, in southern Hungary, that provides free legal and financial aid, as well as psychological services, to victims of crime. Varga said the government plans to establish a network covering all counties within five years, and 600 million forints (EUR 1.7m) is available this year for developing […]
Vodafone Hungary continues to expand its 5G network coverage this year: after the inner city of Budapest and Zalaegerszeg, the development of 5G base stations continues in larger rural towns and around Lake Balaton. With this, the number of Vodafone 5G stations will increase close to 300 nationwide, thanks to which hundreds of thousands will […]
A sample tested for coronavirus at the University of Pécs on 18 April 2020.
In 2018 in Hungary, in 2019 in Europe the almond tree was selected as “Tree of the Year”.
An exhibition showcasing the biggest and most comprehensive private collection of works by 19th-century Hungarian painter Mihály Munkácsy has been extended to run until December 1 in the Zsolnay Cultural Centre in Pécs, in southern Hungary.
Yesterday (13th of October), Attila Péterffy was elected as the mayor of Pécs.
The German thyssenkrupp corporation, which is constructing a 17.4 billion forints (EUR 43.8m) camshaft plant in Pécs, held its groundbreaking ceremony on 2 October 2019.