Today, Viktor Orbán talked about the fact that we have reached 3 million vaccinated people (with the first dose of vaccine), and at 3.5 million – maybe next week – restaurants’ terraces can be opened and terrace fees charged to caterers will be abolished.
The first shipment of Janssen vaccines arrived in Hungary on 13 April 2021.
Fully 285 generally elderly patients with co-morbidities died over the past 24 hours, while 3,597 new infections were registered, koronavirus.gov.hu said on Wednesday.
285, mostly elderly, chronic patients died, and another 3,597 Hungarian citizens were diagnosed with the coronavirus infection, koronavirus.gov.hu said on Wednesday, highlighting that 3,037,023 people have been vaccinated in Hungary so far, 1,290,709 of them got the second dose of the vaccine.
Hungarians have expressed keen interest in installing solar panels to reduce energy costs, seeing it as a sustainable investment with a solid return, according to an online survey by E.ON Hungaria.
Temperature data of the last five decades show autumn in Hungary is much shorter now than in the 1970s, while spring is somewhat shorter, according to a new meteorological study. Summer, meanwhile, is fifty days longer.
Hungarian food safety authority Nébih said it identified avian flu at a turkey farm in Nadudvar, in eastern Hungary.
The opposition LMP has called on the government to keep primary schools and kindergartens closed, given the persistent high number of coronavirus infections.
Fully 87% of teachers would prefer not to return to the classroom on April 19, while 54% said they would obey the instruction to do so, according to teacher union PSZ, citing a fresh survey by 21 Kutatóközpont.
Fully 88.7% of teachers who have registered for the coronavirus vaccine have been inoculated, Human Resources Minister Miklós Kásler said.