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Gulyas: Health services 'far better prepared' for 2nd wave

November 12th, 2020

The second wave of the coronavirus epidemic is "more serious" than the first, but "the country and its health services are far more ready for the challenge", the prime minister's chief of staff told a regular government press briefing on Thursday. Gergely Gulyas said the government trusted that the new restrictions over the next thirty days would stop the spread of the virus and health capacity would be sufficient to treat patients requiring intensive care, Gulyas said. He said Hungary was monitoring the practices of neighbouring countries, especially those of Austria. "The same measures in Hungary have resulted in far lower case numbers," he said. Hungary, he added, had the highest number of ventilators per million people and the third-highest number of hospital beds and intensive care beds in the European Union.


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