Protective equipment needed for protection against the novel coronavirus are expected to arrive with seven cargo aircraft on Monday, a spokesman for the operative board coordinating the response to the epidemic said.
Róbert Kiss told an online press conference that 17 tonnes of protective gloves, 16 tonnes of surgical masks and several tonnes of other protective gear are expected to arrive during the day.
Over the weekend, police took action in 3,631 cases of violation of curfew restrictions, he added.
László Mosóczi, a state secretary of the innovation and technology ministry, told MTI that rail cargo transport has also been restarted between China and Hungary, with a train delivering 40 wagons of protective gear to Budapest on Monday. Another train has recently left China for Hungary, he said.