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.
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Due to the recent lifting of certain pandemic restrictions, masks will not be mandatory to use at public transport stops in public areas. However, while using the public transport services and in indoor areas (e.g., metro stations), masks are still mandatory to use.
The curfew has been lifted, and there is no need to wear a mask anymore in public, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán announced on Saturday, May 22nd.
In the last few days, several cultural institutions in Budapest have reopened their doors to visitors.
4 million people have received at least the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine by Friday afternoon, as announced by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán in a Facebook video.
According to the mandatory legal rules, for the time being, those possessing an immunity certificate and children (under the age of 18) under supervision of a person protected against the coronavirus can visit the Budapest Zoo and Botanical Garden from Saturday at 9 am.
From May 1 2021, the Széchenyi, Gellért, Rudas, Lukács, Paskál and the Csillaghegyi Árpád Spas are reopening. The use of a mask which covers the nose and mouth is mandatory at the entry and throughout the whole stay in the spa, excluding the pool areas.
Terraces of restaurants can open, and the curfew will start at 11 pm, announced Prime Minister Viktor Orbán this morning on Kossuth radio.