A parliamentary fact-finding committee set up by the opposition heard health experts about the coronavirus situation in Hungary at an online session on Thursday.
Physician and medical economist Gyula Gilly criticised the lack of targeted and differentiated protective measures and called for better isolation measures and contact tracing going back 8-10 days.
He said coronavirus screening was a neglected area in Hungary, adding that locking up everyone was not a good solution because it failed to separate infected persons from …
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Opposition Coronavirus Fact-finding Cttee: Healthcare Suffers from Staff Shortage
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