- 9 Nov 2020 9:00 AM
- Hungary Around the Clock
Regarding possible measures against the coronavirus, he said “We are trying not to close schools for as long as we can.
There are seven weeks left until the winter break; we should stick it out until then”.
Orbán said that the wearing of masks and observance of other rules has improved since last Monday because “people understood that if places don’t follow the rules, we have only one choice: to close them down”.
He also spoke of the 90-day state of emergency to be approved by Parliament, saying there is good news about vaccines, therefore the 90-day deadline is appropriate.
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