Hungary caps COVID test price and sets new guidelines
Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orbán said that he expects to see the second wave of the pandemic hit its peak in December or January, and that in the meantime there will continue to be restrictions. The restrictions on entry into the country, as well as the ban on visitors to hospitals and retirement homes, imposed at the beginning of the month will remain in place. Starting October 1, teachers and students will be allowed to enter the schools again, provided they undergo temperature screening, and visitors will not be allowed. Clubs will be required to close at 11pm, and there will be a price limit on the cost of a COVID test.