The government publishes modifications day after day concerning the strict lockdown in effect from next Monday. They said on Thursday that no children could be in any schools or kindergartens from March 8 until April 7. Moreover, the government highlighted yesterday that nobody would get their AstraZeneca vaccine during the weekend. Meanwhile, Gergely Gulyás, Minister of the Prime Minister’s Office, clarified why Hungary did not buy as many Moderna vaccines as they could have purchased.
According to telex.hu, though the government announced on Friday in a text message that nobody would receive their Moderna vaccine during the weekend because of a malfunction of the government’s system, it seems that those who showed up today at the vaccination points did receive their jab. Later today, the operative body issued a statement clarifying that
those who go to the vaccination points will get the vaccine because the jabs are there.
Furthermore, thanks to the local governments, there will be state-supported childcare services in the kindergartens and the schools from March 8. As a result, those parents who cannot miss work will be able to bring their children to these institutions even from Monday. Moreover, all
elementary school kids will be able to use the internet for free from Monday.
The discount is valid for 30 days, which is the announced length of the planned digital education in Hungary, telex.hu reported.
“hate campaign” against the government, Gulyás said on Facebook on Saturday.
several other European Union members had similarly given up their option of Moderna.
“Why has the Commission lied?”