As announced by the government, masks will no longer be required in confined spaces from the 7th of March.
Thanks to the successful vaccination of the population, the fifth wave of COVID-19 is receding, and the remaining restrictions will be lifted. The obligation to wear masks in confined spaces has been lifted. This includes public transportation, shops, shopping centers, post offices, customer services, theaters, cinemas, museums, and sporting events.
Employees of catering establishments will no longer need to wear masks at work.
In addition, any restrictions based on holding a vaccination card for domestic service have been lifted. Restrictions on events are lifted, and there is no longer any need for a vaccination card for sporting events, cultural events, music and dance events, or outdoor events with more than 500 people.
Restrictions on entry into Hungary are also lifted.
The rules on the issuance and validity of the immunity card will not change, as they are designed in line with the EU COVID rules, and EU countries will continue to decide whether to make entry into the country subject to a COVID card.
The government continues to ensure that vaccination is available to all those who wish to take it. Vaccination at hospital vaccination points, GPs, and general pediatricians will still be available. The registration and appointment booking website remains open, and there are vaccination action days continue during March.
The vaccination center in Debrecen is open three days a week.
From the 7th of March, the vaccination point of the Outpatient Care Center of the Clinical Center of the University of Debrecen is situated in Bethlen Street and is open three days a week.
Those who wish to be vaccinated are welcome on Thursday and Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m, and from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday.
Anyone can get vaccinated without pre-registration and without booking an appointment on all three days.
Source: koronavirus.gov.hu | dehir.hu