Hungary to widen services activity as vaccination rate nears 40%

Andras Szukup, a Roma activist carries food donation at a slum during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Miskolc, Hungary

Hungary will reach a 40% inoculation rate by the middle of next week, Prime Minister Viktor Orban told public radio on Friday, a milestone that would allow it to reopen a wide range of activities in the services sector on the way to normalcy.

From next week, holders of vaccination cards will be able to go to hotels, indoor restaurants, theatres, cinemas, gyms, sports events, baths and other places, said Orban, who faces a contested election in 2022.

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