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Budapest Coronavirus Information

Updates about public transport and other services of the Municipality of Budapest.

Let’s continue to take care of each other!

Budapest is open again, but we still ask everyone to follow the rules on social distancing and mask-wearing. Listen and take care of each other! 


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More and more baths are reopening in Budapest
Széchenyi and Rudas Thermal Baths will fully reopen from the 1st of July.
Blood donations at more locations
Book an appointment on the website of the Hungarian Red Cross.
The Szabo Ervin Library will begin their reopening from the 1st of July, in three phases
The Szabo Ervin Library will reopen its gates gradually, taking into account the safety of its staff and customers.
Concerts and parties can be held again for groups under 500 people
Concerts and parties can be held from 18 of June  if the number of attendants does not exceed 500 people.
The state of emergency has been lifted, but the epidemiological preparedness has come into effect
Today, the state of emergency in Hungary has ended, and the government has announced the introduction of epidemiological preparedness.
Starting Monday, you can board the buses at the front door again
From 15 June cordoning on BKV’s bus services ends first-door boarding is re-established on affected buses.

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