DK demands public national vaccination plan
“The draft, a cheap sketch posted on the National Public Health Centre’s website, is nothing but empty notes without real information or content; it can hardly be called a vaccination plan,” Varga said.
He said DK is demanding the “panic” government to explain why it had not been able to release to the public a comprehensive vaccination plan which he said should advise Hungarians about the exact date and place of getting inoculated against Covid-19.
Ruling Fidesz in response said DK was again “telling lies, as it has been doing ever since the coronavirus broke out”, asking the party “to stop lying and confusing the public”.
Hungary started vaccinations against Covid-19 on December 26 with health-care workers in the front lines getting the first shots, Fidesz said in a statement, adding that their inoculation is ongoing at 21 hospital vaccination points.
Next in the line are residents and staff in elderly care homes, law enforcement staff working in epidemic defence, the elderly and those with chronic illnesses, to be followed by the general public as the country takes further deliveries of vaccines, the party said.