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Minister Orders Food Quality Comparison
The farm minister has ordered Hungarian food safety authority Nébih to conduct an inspection comparing the quality of identically-branded products available at domestic and foreign retail stores to reveal if there are any differences, the ministry’s state secretary for supermarket oversight said. more »
New Swimming Facility Of Csillaghegy Bath To Be Opened In Spring
The new swimming facility of the Csillaghegy open-air bath is expected to be opened next spring or early summer. The spa and bath development of the Municipality of Budapest has arrived to its next significant step, thus Budapest will be enriched by a new swimming complex, open all year, as Mayor István Tarlós said in his speech at the cornerstone laying ceremony of the investment. more »
Hospitals May Have Received State Funds For Agreeing Not To Provide Abortions
The Hungarian government may be willing to give generous funding from state coffers to hospitals that agree not to perform abortions. According to Minister Overseeing the Office of the Prime Minister János Lázár at Thursday’s weekly government press conference, the Budai Irgalmasrendi Hospital and the Bethesda Children’s Hospital, both church-affiliated facilities, have received HUF 7.8 billion (USD 26.9 million) in development funds from the state to build new joint obstetric and gynecological wards, and in exchange have pledged not to perform abortions or accept gratuity money in those wards. more »

Govt Facilitates Hospital Treatment Of Cairo Blast Coptic Victims


Govt Facilitates Hospital Treatment Of Cairo Blast Coptic Victims
Two Coptic women injured in the terrorist attack against a church in Cairo last December will be treated in Budapest’s top military hospital with government support, a human resources ministry official said. more »

Emergency Wards Short Of Doctors


Emergency Wards Short Of Doctors
More than 600 doctors are needed to meet basic requirements at emergency wards, Chamber of Physicians president István Éger has declared in a letter to Human Resources Minister Zoltán Balog. more »

Survey Shows Hungary’s Healthcare Near Bottom In Europe


Survey Shows Hungary’s Healthcare Near Bottom In Europe
The Hungarian healthcare system has slipped three places on the Euro Health Consumer Index (EHCI), a comparative list that claims to measure the “consumer friendliness” of healthcare systems in 35 countries, making it one of the worst-performing in Central and Eastern Europe, according to a report yesterday by online news portal index.hu. more »



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