To curb the fourth wave of the coronavirus epidemic, the government has decided on new protective measures. From 1 November, wearing a mask on public transport will become mandatory again, and employers can require their employees to get vaccinated in order to increase vaccination rates. Vaccinations are expected in the public sector, while mayors at local governments can decide individually. Government decrees on the measures already announced at the government’s daily press brief have been published in the Hungarian Gazette.
Mayor Gergely Karácsony and Deputy Mayor Erzsébet Gy. Németh held a joint press conference on Wednesday on the decisions of the Budapest Operational Task Force. From 2 November, a curfew will take effect in care homes operated by the Municipality.
Alongside the ban on visits and curfew in social institutions, the protection of the cultural institutions has also been strengthened. From now on, not wearing, or not properly wearing a mask on public transport can lead to a fine.
The government will temporarily reintroduce border control on its entire internal border section starting from September 1.
The Operative Board introduced a ban on visiting and leaving starting from September 1 at the three homes.
The measures providing for a ban on visiting and leaving the elderly home on Pesti út were reinstated.
Mayor Gergely Karácsony has ordered a professional health inspection of all nursing homes in Budapest following the first wave of the pandemic.
Our summary will help you review the process of applying for jobseeker’s allowance (formerly known as unemployment benefit).
The Municipality of Budapest provides protective measures against the new coronavirus on posters and infographics.
The guests of Budapest Spas cPlc. will not lose their prepaid treatments and season tickets. According to the official statement by Budapest Spas cPlc., guests…