At the Hungarian government's weekly press conference on Thursday, Minister of the Prime Minister's Office Gergely Gulyás announced that the government extended the stay-at-home order introduced at the end of March.
At the Hungarian government's weekly press conference on Thursday, Gergely Gulyás, the Minister of the Prime Minister's Office announced that thegovernment decided to go through with the high school final exams this May, but in a simplified manner, without oral exams.
Hungarian Chief Medical Officer Cecília Müller issued a normative order on Thursday night containing provisions concerning the entry ban, university closures, and a humanitarian corridor for transit passengers. The normative decision mostly serves to replace expiring government decrees, but there are some minor changes.
The document bans all trains, buses, and civilian aircraft in passenger traffic from entering Hungary, with the exception of aircraft flying through Hungarian airspace without landing.