Capital increase for EIF boosts finance for COVID-19 impacted companies and strengthens support for green and digital transformation of the EU economy.
EIB President highlights importance of COVAX initiative to provide COVID-19 vaccines in low and middle income countries.
A total of 114,067,979 people worldwide became infected with the coronavirus epidemic, with 2,530,723 deaths and 64,418,462 survivors in Central European Time, according to Monday morning data.
The system of restrictions to slow the spread of a new type of coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) in Germany was relaxed on Monday, despite an increase in the number of new infections again.
Hungary’s government has “abandoned” general practitioners and local councils in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, the opposition parties said.
The second jabs of the Pfizer-BioNTech and AstraZeneca vaccines will be pushed back as much as professional, clinical and scientific standards allow, to ensure as many people as possible get the first coronavirus shot, an official of the National Public Health Centre (NNK) said.
The Democratic Coalition (DK) has accused the government of “politicising the issue of the coronavirus vaccine and subjecting it to its anti-European Union campaign.
A surge in new coronavirus infections calls for urgent action to achieve herd immunity through wide-spread vaccination, Hungary’s chief medical officer has said.
Fully 72 patients, generally elderly with an underlying condition, and 4,469 new coronavirus infection have been registered over the past 24 hours, koronavirus.gov.hu said on Sunday.
President János Áder has received the first dose of the Chinese Sinopharm vaccine against Covid-19.