- 29 May 2020 10:33 AM
You can see the new edition here:
1. In focus are 10 trending stories in the loop about the local coronavirus situation.
E.g. Hungarian Opinion: Covid-19 Emergency ‘To End In Mid-June’.
2. Also you'll find a range of Breaking News as always - inc. essential reading:
E.g. Coronavirus Restrictions Relaxed More In Budapest, Restaurants Fully Open.
3. Plus a weekly guide to a great variety of events now actually happening in Hungary.
E.g. SUP Budapest: Sunset Paddle On Danube To Enjoy Calm Waters Around Parliament.
Here's hoping you like what's included for you this week.
Yours with best wishes,
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