A partial ban on visits came into force on Wednesday, April 27TH, at the Markhot Ferenc Hospital in Eger.
Justice Minister Judit Varga, marking the Day for Victims of Crime on Tuesday, said Hungarians in trouble were not without help, adding that a new victim support centre will be opened in Eger, in northern Hungary, next month.
The MTI photographer took photos with a drone of Lake Tisza, which is covered in ice armor due to the great cold.
Police were on the scene with a full roadblock.
According to heol.hu, an elderly man lost his life on Sunday afternoon (14th November), in Eger, at a car wash next to one of the malls.
A partial ban on visiting the Markhot Ferenc Hospital was ordered in all departments of the Internal Medicine – Infectious Diseases Center, the Chronic Internal Medicine Departments (Eger-Mezőkövesd), the Intensive Care Unit and the Obstetrics and Gynecology Department.
The snowfall began on Wednesday and continued into the night hours. In Bánkút, the thickness of the snow is already 20-22 centimeters.
The traffic morale on Hungarian roads is hardly improving. The Budapest Motorists’ Community page inevitably shares the more brutal than brutal scenes, of course we know this is just the tip of the iceberg, as most cars do not yet have an on-board camera.
The General Prosecutor’s Office of Debrecen proposed upholding the verdict in the case of a woman who had been sentenced by the court of first instance to 10 years in prison for killing her newborn child.
Due to the heat, the National Meteorological Service issued the highest warning to seven counties on Wednesday, and also warned of extreme UV-B radiation nationwide.