Mallards are swimming in the Békás Lake, Big Forest, Debrecen on 25th May, 2020.
So far 625 companies have applied for government subsidies for investments that support job preservation during the coronavirus crisis, Peter Szijjártó, the foreign affairs and trade minister, said on Monday.
The novel coronavirus epidemic is subsiding in Hungary, Chief Medical Officer Cecilia Muller said on Monday. Fully 430 patients are undergoing treatment in hospitals, she said.
A cold front arrives on Monday, which brings rainy and cloudy weather for the last week of May – says the Hungarian Meteorology Service.
A court in south-east Hungary has sentenced two Békéscsaba residents to community service for spreading fake news about the novel coronavirus epidemic back in February, the regional chief prosecutor’s office said in a statement.
Nursery reopening in Salgótarján.
Fully 67.7% of those enlisted have participated in a nationwide representative testing for the novel coronavirus, a high turnout in European comparison, Béla Merkely, the rector of the Semmelweis University leading the testing, said.
More than 8,000 companies have applied for wage support for around 105,000 employees who are working reduced hours under a government scheme to manage the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic, Minister of Innovation and Technology László Palkovics said at a daily coronavirus briefing.
In the past two days, 700 ventilators have been delivered to Hungary, Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó told MTI.
The Centrist Democrat International (CDI), a Christian Democratic political formation, held a video conference to discuss as a priority the tackling of the coronavirus pandemic, the press chief of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said.