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Gov’t Still Has Around 11 Million Vaccines, But Fewer Hungarians Are Getting Their Shot

Data from the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control show that Hungary has received more than 32 million vaccines. The country has used 15 million of these, while it has given away 5 million and sold another 1 million.

Based on these calculations, RTL News estimates that Hungary still has 11 million vaccines in storage.

However, fewer Hungarians have been getting vaccinated over the past few days than previously.

Whereas nearly 200,000 vaccines were administered from the end of January to the end of February, and another 321,000 people were vaccinated by the end of March, only 74,000 people have gotten a shot so far in April. []

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