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Influenza Spreading in Hungary: Some Hospitals Closed

Jan 29, 2023

After Szeged in the southeast and Nagykanizsa in the southwest, a visiting ban has been imposed in the hospitals of Békés county due to the spread of the flu epidemic. Currently, Békés County is the fastest spreading county in Hungary. Due to the rise in influenza-like illnesses, a ban was first imposed on inpatient wards […]

Almost 24,000 People Diagnosed with Flu-Like Illnesses

Jan 26, 2023

Close to 24,000 people visited the doctor with flu-like symptoms last week, according to reports from doctors participating in the surveillance service, the National Public Health Center (NNK) said in its weekly report on Thursday. It said that in the third week of the year, 185,400 people went to the doctor with symptoms of acute […]

Influenza Spreading Faster in Hungary

Jan 13, 2023

Influenza-like illnesses have reached epidemic levels in Hungary, and an outbreak of respiratory giant cell virus (RSV) is also underway, the national public health officer has announced. Presenting the epidemiological data, Cecília Müller said that in the first week of the year (between January 2 and 8) almost 162,000 people went to the doctor with […]

Number of Monkeypox Cases in Hungary Increases to 64

Aug 26, 2022

The National Center for Public Health (NNK) has confirmed two more cases of monkeypox in the 33rd week – from 15 to 21 August – bringing the total number of cases in Hungary to 64, the state news agency MTI reports. The NNK said on Friday that the general condition of the 22 and 31-year-old […]

A Day without COVID-19 Related Death in Hungary

Jun 19, 2020

The number of deaths related to the COVID-19 pandemic has not increased in the last 24 hours in Hungary. It remains at 568. The new coronavirus infection (COVID-19) was detected in only two more people in the country, thus increasing the number of infected people identified in Hungary to 4,081. The number of people who […]

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