Restrictions in place since Nov. 11 – including an 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew, limiting restaurants to take-out and delivery service, and closing theaters, spas, hotels and more establishments – must be maintained, he said.
The Hungarian government launched an investigation last week asking for citizens’ opinions on the lifting of pandemic restrictions and the possibility of issuing certificates of immunity to those who have been vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19.
These certificates will become available after March 1, Gulyas said, and the government will later decide what special rights will be granted to certificate holders.
GENEVA – The Europe unit of the World Health Organization reports that about one in 10 people who contract COVID-19 continue to experience “persistent poor health” 12 weeks after infection.
Dr Hans Kluge, the head of WHO Europe, says a lot about what is called …
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