Shanghai’s Fudan University has sent 56,000 face masks, 300 items of protective clothing and additional donations to Hungary to aid its response to novel coronavirus, the Ministry of Innovation and Technology announced.
Hungary’s central taskforce in charge of coordinating the fight against the coronavirus epidemic has warned Budapest residents to observe restrictions on leaving their homes in order to slow down the spread of the new virus.
Fully 78% of respondents in the latest Nézőpont survey said they were satisfied with the government’s measures to prevent the novel coronavirus from spreading, the pollster said.
Public parking in Hungary is free of charge from Monday (6th April), Prime Minister Viktor Orbán announced.
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Hungary has reached 817 by Tuesday (7th April).
As of today, two novel features are introduced to the Life Saver application of the Vodafone Foundation and the National Ambulance Service, which help the public in the current situation triggered by the coronavirus pandemic. One such feature is the Coronavirus Information button, which takes users directly to the Hungarian Government’s official coronavirus information site, […]
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, in a letter to Luca Visentini, General Secretary of the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC), said his government will create as many jobs as are lost in the coronavirus crisis, after Visentini recently expressed concern over Hungary’s economic measures in connection with the epidemic.
The authorities have reported multiple cases of Budapest residents violating social distancing restrictions and thus risking an “explosion” of novel coronavirus cases in the capital, a member of the operative board responsible for the response to the epidemic said.
Budapest is at “serious risk” of seeing an “explosion” of coronavirus cases, with most of Hungary’s confirmed cases located in the capital and Pest county, the chief medical officer said.
Hungary received some 4 million face masks, more than 400,000 protective suits, 100,000 protective goggles, 30,000 pairs of gloves and more than 6,000 protective visors in consignments flown to Budapest from China on Saturday, the foreign minister said.