Hungary tightens coronavirus restrictions on tourists

Since November 20, the Hungarian authorities have tightened coronavirus restrictions throughout the country

Since November 20, Hungary has a mandatory mask regime in enclosed spaces. The tightening of coronavirus restrictions throughout the country, which will affect not only local residents, but also tourists, is reported on the website of the Association of Tour Operators of Russia (ATOR).

According to the new rules, now in shops, shopping centers, theaters, museums and other events in closed rooms will be allowed only with a protective mask. The restrictions will not apply to children under six years of age, as well as people with psychosocial disorders.

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It is also reported that from November 20 to visit baths and fairs in Hungary, a certificate of vaccination will be required. The document must be presented in printed or electronic form along with an identity card. The tourist office of the republic clarified that the requirement to present a certificate is still valid only in the thermal complexes of Budapest.

According to the head of tourism business development in Russia, Vitaly Izbrisov, vaccination certificates are still not available for settling in Hungarian hotels. needed.

On July 27, the Hungarian Embassy in Russia announced that Russians who have been fully vaccinated against coronavirus will be able to enter the country without quarantine and PCR tests. It was noted that the Russian Sputnik V vaccine was approved by the Hungarian Institute of Pharmacology and Nutrition and is used as part of the national vaccination campaign.



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