Altogether 214 patients died of a Covid-related illness over the weekend, while 17,834 new coronavirus infections were registered, koronavirus.gov.hu said on Monday.
So far 5,974,514 people have received a first jab, while 5,754,475 have been fully vaccinated. Fully 1,369,000 Hungarians have received a booster jab.
The number of active infections stands at 68,586, while
hospitals are treating 3,980 Covid patients, 334 of whom need respiratory assistance.
Since the first outbreak, 909,998 infections have been registered, while
the number of fatalities has risen to 31,398.
Fully 810,014 people have made a recovery.
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