Since the first outbreak, 1,471,276 have been registered with the virus, while 41,087 deaths have been recorded. Fully 1,224,813 people have made a recovery.
Meanwhile, the Hungarian Competition Authority (GVH) found that the
COVID quick tests in Hungary are more expensive than the EU average.
Index.hu said that the body started a survey last December. Therefore, GVH suggested the government allow selling such tests in the different market chains, drugstores and fuel stations. As a result, their cost could be lower. Provided the government does not agree, GVH suggested introducing a price cap in the case of quick tests.