En De
Total doses
given
-
People fully
vaccinated
6.2M
% Fully
vaccinated
62.27%
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): None
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Public Place:

05.08.2022

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

03.08.2022

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

01.08.2022

16/03/2020: On 11 March 2020; the Government prohibited any public events and gatherings. This affects sports events; cultural events; scientific events; protests; congregations or any forms of public gatherings indoor and outdoor.

01.08.2022

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

25.07.2022

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

25.07.2022

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

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

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

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

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

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.;

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

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.;

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

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

18.08.2021

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

18.08.2021

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

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.

15.07.2021

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

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.

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

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.

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

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

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

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.

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.

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