En De
Total doses
given
-
People fully
vaccinated
6.2M
% Fully
vaccinated
64.34%
Masks
Not required
COVID-19 test
Not required
Quarantine
Not required
Passenger Locator Form
Not required
Health form
Not required
Vaccination
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): None
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Public Place:

30.03.2022

01/05/2021: restaurants/cafes can be visited indoors/outdoors with vaccination/immunity certificate. People without vaccination/immunity certificate can only use the facilities outdoors.; 22/05/2021: there are no more COVID-19 related restrictions regarding the opening hours of restaurant/cafes.; 07/03/2022: no certificate or other requirements.

15.03.2022

Exception for visiting ban: To say farewell to dying patients or with vaccination / immunity certificate.; 07/03/2022 Visiting rules at health and social care institutions have eased.;

15.03.2022

Weddings can be held with max. 200 participants; other private/family events with max. 50 participants; 07/07/2021: In the case of family events and private events; the limit of 50 people increases to 100 people; and in the case of weddings; the number limit of 200 will increase to 400 people.; 07/03/2022 Restrictions on gatherings are lifted.;

15.03.2022

01/11/2021 A ban on visiting health care institutions will be imposed.; 07/03/2022 Visiting rules at health and social care institutions have eased.;

15.03.2022

Individuals without a vaccination/immunity certificate cannot visit outdoor events over 500 people. -As from 14/06/2021; the so called village days; which are outdoor events in villages can be held with 1500 people regardless off immunity; 07/07/2021: No relaxation for sporting events; music-dance events or other events held indoors or outdoors for more than 500 people; the same rules remain in place; ie the number of employees will remain limited and they will only be able to attend with a security certificate. Even under 18s can only attend these events with a security certificate or under the supervision of a protected person.; 07/03/2022 Restrictions on events will be lifted; and a security card will no longer be required for sports events; cultural events; music and dance events; and outdoor events for more than 500 people.;

15.03.2022

Indoor events can be visited only by individuals with the vaccination/immunity certificate; and they can be accompanied by kids; that are under their supervision. Exemptions are granted for specific sports events; where visitors with a negative PCR test performed not earlier than 72 hours before the event are accepted.; 07/03/2022 Restrictions on events are lifted.;

15.03.2022

It remains mandatory to wear masks in public places where individuals with immunity/vaccine certificate can meet individuals in default of said certificate; 07/07/2021: With the exception of hospitals and social institutions; mandatory masks will be abolished; no masks will have to be worn in public areas (public areas no longer need masks); shops and public transport. However; no one should be prohibited from using the mask.;01/11/2021 A mask must be worn again on public transport.;20/11/21 Masks will again have to be worn in shops; shopping centres; post offices; customer services; theatres; cinemas; museums and sporting events. Masks are mandatory for indoor cultural and other events; gyms; swimming pools; baths and catering shops. In crèches; kindergartens; schools; rectors and employers in higher education institutions can lay down the rules for wearing masks.; 07/03/2022 The obligation to wear a mask will be abolished from Monday on public transport; in shops; shopping malls; post offices; customer service; theaters; cinemas; museums and sports events; and employees of catering establishments will not have to wear a mask during their work.;

26.11.2021

It remains mandatory to wear masks in public places where individuals with immunity/vaccine certificate can meet individuals in default of said certificate; 07/07/2021: With the exception of hospitals and social institutions; mandatory masks will be abolished; no masks will have to be worn in public areas (public areas no longer need masks); shops and public transport. However; no one should be prohibited from using the mask.; 01/11/2021 A mask must be worn again on public transport.; 20/11/21 Masks will again have to be worn in shops; shopping centres; post offices; customer services; theatres; cinemas; museums and sporting events. Masks are mandatory for indoor cultural and other events; gyms; swimming pools; baths and catering shops. In crèches; kindergartens; schools; rectors and employers in higher education institutions can lay down the rules for wearing masks.

11.11.2021

It remains mandatory to wear masks in public places where individuals with immunity/vaccine certificate can meet individuals in default of said certificate; 07/07/2021: With the exception of hospitals and social institutions; mandatory masks will be abolished; no masks will have to be worn in public areas (public areas no longer need masks); shops and public transport. However; no one should be prohibited from using the mask.; 01/11/2021 A mask must be worn again on public transport.

18.08.2021

Part of the restrictions in shops will be removed (10 sqm / customer; and the distance rule); 01/05/2021: non-essential shops to be closed between 23:00- 05:00; every day.

18.08.2021

Access to shops; pharmacies; etc. restricted to specific hours of the day.

18.08.2021

All events are banned with the exception of religious ceremonies and sport events without public.

18.08.2021

The organization of indoor and outdoor events and meetings is prohibited; regardless of the number of people. The only exceptions to this are religious community rites; civil marriages; and funerals

15.07.2021

Casino's; nightclubs; discos and similar entertainment venues are closed; except for those with vaccination / immunity certificate.

31.05.2021

All private gatherings over 10 people are banned with the exception of funerals; where up to 50 people are allowed; and weddings without party with the presence of a restricted group of people.

31.05.2021

Gyms and sport centres are open for those with vaccination / immunity certificate. For the rest they are still closed except for employees.

31.05.2021

It is mandatory to wear protective masks in all public places in communities with more than 10 000 inhabitants. Update on 8/03/2021: It is mandatory to wear protective masks in all public places in urban zones. Exception: Children under 6 years of age; individuals with cognitive; psychosocial or autistic spectrum disorder. Mask is not mandatory when practicing individual sport activities.

19.05.2021

Closure of hospitals and other healthcare facilties for visitors. Visiting restrictions put in place at hospitals and homes for the elderly

19.05.2021

Casino's; nightclubs; discos and similar entertainment venues are closed.

19.05.2021

As from 24 April 2021; outdoor cafes; restaurants; bars (so-called 'terraces') can be open until 21:30. Indoor places remain closed for staying (take-away allowed).

19.05.2021

Gyms and sport centres are closed for visitors; only the employees can enter.

03.05.2021

A daily shopping slot for citizens older than 65 is reintroduced: Between 9am and 11am on weekdays and 8am and 10am on weekends; customers below the age of 65 are banned from shopping in grocery shops; household chemists and pharmacies.

03.05.2021

Visiting restrictions put in place at hospitals for departments treating COVID-19 patients and homes for the elderly only if there is a COVID-19 case.

03.05.2021

As from 11 November 2020 restaurants are closed for dining in; take away is allowed.

16.04.2021

Non essential shops and places offering non essential services that require physical presence must be closed.

15.03.2021

Shops must be closed between 19:00-05:00; every day. Other service providers (ex. hairdressers; personal trainers) can stay open in accordance with the curfew order.

08.03.2021

As of regulations introduced on 02/11; mandatory use of masks in all closed public spaces.

17.11.2020

Mandatory closure of entertainment venues; bars and restaurants between 23:00-06:00

17.11.2020

As from 4 May 2020 it is mandatory to cover the face (both nose and mouth) with mask; scarf or shawl in shops; stores and public transport. As from 21 September 2020 it is mandatory to cover the face (both nose and mouth) with a mask (surgical; protective or textile-) in public transport; in cinemas; theaters; health and social institutions and public offices; as of age 6.

16.11.2020

Celebrations and events with non-seated audience over 500 people cannot be held.

21.09.2020

Mandatory use of face-masks on the public transportation; taxi and in the shops in Budapest.

01.07.2020

Non-essential shops closure: Open

Restrictive measures mandatory between 18 May 2020 to TBD

health measures in place and mask on face in the shops and closed locations

Events stop: Partially banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 18 June 2020 to TBD

events (also in closed locations) çan be organized up to a max. of 500 participants family events (also in public locations) up to a max. of 200 participants

29.06.2020

Access to shops; pharmacies; etc. restricted to specific hours of the day.

19.05.2020

Only take-away allowed.

02.04.2020

Access to shops; pharmacies; etc. restricted to specific hours of the day.