According to PM Viktor Orban, vaccination of Hungarian citizens against Covid-19 will be mandatory. Orban said that everyone, including the most extreme anti-vaxxers and extremists, will have to make a decision between the death from the virus or getting a jab.
The Hungarian leader, speaking to Kossuth radio, blasted those unwilling to get vaccines against the coronavirus and called them “a threat”. “Not only for themselves, but also for all other people.”
All people will eventually have to be vaccinated. Anti-vaxxers too will soon realize they are either going to die or getting vaccinated. This is why I encourage everyone to seize the opportunity.
Orban said that currently, the EU state is experiencing its fourth round of coronavirus. She blamed it on people who have not been vaccinated. According to the PM, “If everyone was inoculated there would not be any fourth wave” or it would have been a very small one.
Orban encouraged those who aren’t vaccinated not to wait and get them. He also recommended booster shots. Orban revealed that he has already received three doses coronavirus vaccine.
“Vaccination is the only way to protect yourself from the disease. Experts agree that vaccines have a weakening protective effect after six to eight months. “A third vaccination seems justified.”He stated.
Hungary already has announced anti-Covid new measures. However, they are not as strict as the measures that were proposed Wednesday by the country’s Medical Chamber. According to the medical group, a ban on all mass events should be implemented. It suggested that indoor venues, such as theaters, must have a Covid-19 certificate before they can allow entry. Budapest decided to make mandatory mask wearing in indoor settings, and made booster shots compulsory for all health workers. This was effective as of Saturday.
Hungary is a nation with 10 million inhabitants. However, its total number of Covid cases logged hovers just under one million. With nearly 11,300 Covid cases, Friday marked a new daily high. The pandemic has claimed the lives of more than 32,700 victims in Hungary.
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