10-day quarantine for Hungarians returning from abroad

Persons returning from abroad are required to face quarantine for 10 days instead of 14, the deputy head of the duty centre of the Operational Group responsible for the fight against the coronavirus epidemic said at an online press conference held on Tuesday. Lt. Colonel Robert Kiss highlighted that pursuant to the amendment of the government decree on the travel restrictions of the period of … Continue reading 10-day quarantine for Hungarians returning from abroad

Orban prepares for decisive battle

“We succeeded once in spring and we will succeed in the autumn, too,” Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in an article published in the Monday issue of daily Magyar Nemzet, adding that “there will be hot moments, but all those in need will be provided appropriate (health) services”. “We can and we will protect the health and lives of people,” the prime minister said. “Nearly … Continue reading Orban prepares for decisive battle

Hungary must remain up and running

The goal of the government is to maintain Hungary’s viability, Prime Minister Viktor Orban stated on Saturday evening in an interview given to the public service television news channel M1 in which he also asked people to observe the safety rules. The direction of the present fight against the virus is as follows: Hungary must remain up and running, the prime minister said. Orban highlighted … Continue reading Hungary must remain up and running

Orban: Hungary must remain up and running

In the national consultation on the initial experiences of the coronavirus epidemic, the people made it clear that Hungary must remain up and running, we cannot allow the virus to bring the country to a halt again, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Friday on Kossuth Radio’s programme ‘Good morning, Hungary’. The prime minister stressed that the cabinet has a battle plan for the fight … Continue reading Orban: Hungary must remain up and running

Hungary closes its borders again

New restrictions has been announced on Friday due to the coronavirus pandemic. Gergely Gulyas, the head of the prime minister’s office said at his weekly press conference that even today’s relatively high numbers can still be considered good, but the coronavirus epidemic is clearly spreading. The majority of infections are coming from abroad, and the greatest risk is the threat this poses to the economy, … Continue reading Hungary closes its borders again

Orban: Hungary could come out of crisis caused by coronavirus epidemic even stronger

If Hungary does not allow the coronavirus epidemic to start spreading again, if “we keep our wits about us in the protection of the borders,” if we support investments and job creation, and if we do not allow the West to take us “for a fool,” then we can come out of the crisis even stronger, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Kossuth Radio’s programme ‘Good morning, Hungary’ on Friday. Continue reading “Orban: Hungary could come out of crisis caused by coronavirus epidemic even stronger”

Hungary is not letting in non-EU nationals

At this time, Hungary is not letting in nationals from countries outside the European Union, not including nationals of Serbia because that is contrary to the interests of Hungarian people’s health, Prime Minister Viktor Orban stated after debating the proposal of the European Union asking member states to open their borders to 14 non-European countries. Continue reading “Hungary is not letting in non-EU nationals”