A főnökéről nemrég derült ki, hogy koronavírusos.
Coronavirus in Hungary
- COVID-19 was first diagnosed in Hungary on 4 March, and since then, there have been more than 3500 confirmed cases and more than 440 people have died of the disease, but the number of active cases has been on the decline since the start of May. For the current numbers, see our chart here.
- A week after the announcement of the first case, Hungary declared a state of emergency, and at the end of March, Fidesz's parliamentary supermajority had significantly expanded the government's emergency powers without a specific end date. According to Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, the government could give the special authorisation back as early as May.
- At the end of March, the government announced a stay-at-home order with a rather wide range of exceptions. At the end of April, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán announced that the government is rolling back restrictions in most of the country. On 18 May, the stay-at-home order was lifted in Budapest and surrounding Pest county as well.
- All upcoming events are cancelled, non-essential shops close at 3:00 PM.
"We have won the first battle against the pandemic," Viktor Orbán said in his video message announcing lifting the restrictions in the capital.
While restrictions will be relaxed in Pest county and the rest of Hungary starting on Monday, Budapest still has to wait.
While most of the world was caught up in the pandemic, Fidesz went on a legislative spree rarely seen in the Hungarian parliament, settling many long-running political debates practically overnight.
The screening campaign found that only a small portion of the population had contracted the disease, which is not enough for herd immunity.
BMW announced to push the opening of their new plant in Debrecen, Hungary by a year due to the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Hungarian government announced the details of how measures taken against the coronavirus will change from 4 May.
Coronavirus in Hungary: Government partially lifts stay-at-home order, Budapest remains under lockdown
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán announced that the coronavirus response is ready to enter into phase 2, "together, we can try to reboot life in Hungary."
The epidemic is expected to hit local peak on 3 May, government plans gradual process to roll back restrictions.
The tests will start on 1 May and will be conducted on a representative sample to get a clear picture of the Hungarian epidemiological situation.
From one week to the other, the way we lived our lives had fundamentally changed. Some things will never return to normal. And they shouldn't.
The epidemic is expected to peak from 3 May just as high school final exams are scheduled to begin.
The epidemic in Hungary is still going to last months, not weeks, Minister Gergely Gulyás said at the government's weekly press conference.
The government decided to cancel oral exams and introduced safety measures for students taking the written tests in May.
The Ministry of Human Capacities ordered hospitals to make 36 000 beds available, which could cause problems for vulnerable elderly patients.
20 have died of the virus in Hungary, and the government finally released an official infection map.
The government's coronavirus website now lists the age, sex, and pre-existing medical conditions of the victims of COVID-19 in Hungary.
Hungary has taken 13 301 samples but it's unclear how many were tested, Müller says tests have limitations.
The normative decision bans all trains, buses, and planes in passenger traffic from entering Hungary, and affects freighters as well.
Minister Gergely Gulyás also said that lockdown in Hungary is to be implemented "when justified."
Also, six more people have recovered.
Steven Dick is the tenth victim of the coronavirus in Hungary.
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