Registration For Vaccination Starts In Hungary

  • 9 Dec 2020 8:14 AM
  • Hungary Matters
Registration For Vaccination Starts In Hungary
Registration has started for vaccination against the novel coronavirus at the website vakcinainfo.gov.hu, an official of the Prime Minister’s Office said on Facebook on Monday evening.

State Secretary Csaba Dömötör said those that register will also get up-to-date information about the epidemic and about when they can expect to get vaccinated.

Vaccination will start in line with a schedule, once a safe vaccine approved by the Hungarian authorities is available, he added.

He said medically vulnerable groups and those in front-line jobs will get priority in access to vaccination.

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