Gergely Gulyás, Head of the Prime Minister’s Office, said people who refuse to be vaccinated are putting the health and lives of others at risk.
According to MTI, Gulyás added that the government had been forced to make mask-wearing compulsory for this reason. From Nov. 22 to 28, the government is rolling out a vaccination campaign with an increased number of designated vaccination points in hospitals, with no requirement for registration, he added. It was worth holding events that are accessible using an immunity card, adding that this would also send a message that inoculation is truly protective, he said. Asked about whether online education could make a comeback, he said: “If schools stop, everything stops”. Conditions are in place for classrooms to remain open, he said. Pending the decision of the European authorities, approval for vaccination of children under the age of 12 years could arrive in December, he added. Hungary, he confirmed, is sending ten doctors to Slovenia to help amid the serious epidemic there.
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