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[0122PM] Russian vaccine | Orbán in radio interview | Budget deficit

RUSSIAN JAB ENOUGH TO INOCULATE 1 MILLIONORBÁN: TOO EARLY TO LIFT RESTRICTIONSCORONAVIRUS - 98 FATALITIES, 1,311 MORE INFECTIONSSZIJJÁRTÓ: GAS CONTRACT WITH RUSSIA EXPANDEDHUNGARY BUDGET DEFICIT SWELLS TO AROUND 9 % / GDP IN 2020HUMAN RESOURCES MINISTER MARKS HUNGARIAN CULTURE DAYHUNGARY DONATES VENTILATORS TO UKRAINE
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[0118] Sinopharm production | New CDU head | Szijjártó on OECD

HUNGARIAN AUTHORITIES REVIEW SINOPHARM VACCINE PRODUCTION IN BEIJINGORBÁN CONGRATULATES NEW CDU HEADSZIJJÁRTÓ: OECD SHOULD HELP RATHER THAN 'LECTURE' MEMBERSDEUTSCH: EUROPEAN LEFT WING NOW ACKNOWLEDGES HUNGARY'S EPIDEMIC DEFENCECHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER: NO CHANGES PLANNED TO VACCINATION ROLLOUTCORONAVIRUS - 77 FATALITIES, 1,241 MORE INFECTIONSEU VACCINE DELIVERIES NOT ENOUGH FOR HALF A MILLION PEOPLE BY END-MARCHKÁSLER: VACCINE NOT A MATTER OF PARTY POLITICSMENCZER: EUROPE 'LINING UP' FOR CHINESE VACCINEVACCINATION CONTINUES AT NURSING HOMESGOVT INFO CENTRE: EU VACCINE DELIVERIES 'NOT FAST ENOUGH'DK LAUNCHES PETITION AGAINST CHINESE VACCINESOCIALIST MEP REQUESTS GOVT VACCINE CONTRACTSLMP: PM SHOULD 'LET MEDICINES AUTHORITY DO THEIR WORK'PÁRBESZÉD: CHINESE VACCINE IS 'GAMBLE' WITHOUT 'THOROUGH APPROVAL'MINISTRY ISSUES 'CODE RED' ALERT TO PROTECT HOMELESS IN EXTREME COLDBUDAPEST PUBLIC SERVICE FIRMS URGED TO LOOK OUT FOR HOMELESS AS TEMPERATURES DROPDK: DISTRICT MAYORS INFORM RESIDENTS OF 'GOVT AUSTERITY'LMP INITIATES PETITION FOR 'FAIRER' PENSION RISETEACHERS UNION PDSZ PROTESTS MODEL CHANGE IN TERTIARY EDUCATIONJEWISH CONGREGATIONS MARK ANNIVERSARY OF GHETTO LIBERATIONSOCIALISTS: GOVT 'SUPPORTS MULTINATIONALS INSTEAD OF PROTECTING JOBS'LINDE GÁZ INVESTS HUF 14 BN IN BOOSTING CAPACITY
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