It’s easy to get lost in the information flood surrounding quarantine, registration, vaccination, PCR rapid test, antibody testing, security certificate system etc. The legal framework surrounding the immunity certificate has come together in recent months, yet there appear to be many who still face difficulties.
While some people receive four protection certificates, others are rejected despite lengthy procedures.
As we have already written about it, the government decided to issue the immunity certificate and its regulation on 12 February. Under the current regulation, which has since been amended, there are four ways to testify protection against the coronavirus:
According to Index, the still undeveloped legal regulation around the protection card has raised many problems and questions in recent months. This is also indicated by the fact that the regulation on immunity certificates has been amended, and the government decree on this has been published in the last issue of the Magyar Közlöny.
Under the amendment, if someone has 14 days left until their card expires, or their card has expired, they can get it again.
The criteria for this is to prove that your body still has coronavirus antibodies. To do this, you must perform a test in a laboratory of a Hungarian healthcare provider that shows antibodies.
The certificate requires a test performed in a laboratory operated by a healthcare provider operating in Hungary in accordance with health professional rules, which confirms that the person in question has an antibody against the coronavirus and that the subject is not tested positive for coronavirus in the EESZT,
As a reminder, those who have been confirmed to have been infected with a coronavirus have a card that is valid for 6 months, while those who have subsequently been shown to have been through the virus are valid for 4 months.