Coronavirus: Number Of Cases Rises To 343 In Hungary

  • 28 Mar 2020 9:08 AM
Coronavirus: Number Of Cases Rises To 343 In Hungary
In Hungary, number of people infected with coronavirus now stands at 343, including 10 Iranian, 2 British, 1 Kazakh, 1 Vietnamese, and 329 Hungarian citizens. Another elderly man, already suffering from chronic illness, passed away.

Hungary has reached the stage of mass disease, when infection spreads in public, upon personal contact. The virus can be present anywhere and in anyone in Hungary.

The number of actual viral carriers that may be infected is much higher, than the identified infected.

In order to slow down the mass infection, it is very important that the elderly, the students, and the ones coming home from abroad, and all can do so, stay at home, follow the rules and recommendations of the authorities.

Restrictions on movement are being imposed in relation to the entire territory of the country for the period between 28 March and 11 April.

For two weeks, citizens will only be allowed to leave their homes and places of residence for the purpose of going to work or meeting other essential needs, also entry of non-Hungarians into the country is now banned.

In quarantine: 87
Recovered: 34
Deceased: 11

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