The Hungarian vaccination capacity is much higher than the number of coronavirus vaccines – said Prime Minister Viktor Orbán on Kossuth Radio on Friday.
Restrictions cannot be lifted due to the “scandalously” slow procurement of vaccines by the European Commission (EC), the foreign affairs minister said at a press conference in Budapest on Thursday.
István Tiborcz won a significant amount of HUF 215 million in non-refundable support from the European Union’s rural development funds, 24hu noted in the register of the government tender portal.
Fully 118 Covid patients, generally elderly and suffering from an underlying illness, died over the past 24 hours, while 1,926 new infections were officially registered, bringing the total number of infected to 347,636, koronavirus.gov.hu said.
Hungarian food safety authority Nébih on Thursday said had slaughtered 101,000 laying hens at a farm in Kerékegyháza, in central Hungary, after bird flu was identified there.
The government considers the European Union’s procurement and supply of vaccines coordinated from Brussels to be too slow and inadequate in volume, so it is ready to turn elsewhere to purchase vaccines, the government information centre has said.
The first shipment of up to 1 million doses of the Sinopharm vaccine “only depends on the speed of Hungary’s licensing”, Gergely Gulyás, the prime minister’s chief of staff, told a government press briefing.
The government is launching a campaign to encourage residents to receive the coronavirus jab, the prime minister’s chief of staff announced.
István Király will leave Vodafone Hungary on March 31, 2021, having held the position of Director of Vodafone Business Unit since 2014. During the course of more than 6 years he has spent at the company, he has had countless successes and developments, including building the Vodafone Business brand and spreading business IoT services all […]
According to András Zs. Varga, the new president of the Curia, good judgment can strengthen authority. In its Thursday issue, Magyar Nemzet said that it would continue its judicial work based on tradition.