János Áder hopes that the concept of alienation can be relaxed in May.
Polish President Andrzej Duda, Czech Milos Zeman and Hungarian President János Áder held a plenary sitting on the second day of the two-day meeting of the Visegrad Group (V4) heads of state in Jurata, Poland, on 10 February 2020. MTI / Bruzák Noémi
If the vaccination against the coronavirus epidemic is going well, it is hoped that in May the epidemiological restrictions in Hungary can be relaxed again, and the summer can be quite successful in tourism again.
– stated President János Áder on Wednesday at the joint press conference closing the meeting of the presidents of the Visegrad Four (V4) in Poland.
The faster we get the vaccines in large quantities, the faster we can lift the restrictions in tourism as well
– János Áder answered the question of MTI concerning the relaunch of tourism in Central Europe.
János Áder expressed the hope that in Hungary “vaccination can be accelerated” until Easter (until April 4) or at the latest in the period after Easter, by the end of April “.
So in May, as last year, it could be reopened
the President explained. He expressed confidence that this summer will be as productive for a significant proportion of those living on tourism as it was last year.
Source: MTI, Index
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