Influenza A virus subtype H1N1

Hungary Censoring Information on COVID-19, Report Says

The Hungarian government has centralized communications about the pandemic and is filtering the release of information about COVID-19, a new report claims. 

It says alternative sources of information, especially healthcare workers, are afraid of being fired if they talk to the press, and that the new "Coronavirus bill" will lead to more self-censorship among journalists. 

7 new deaths in Serbia; "We don't know how the virus will behave in the summer" VIDEO

As said, a total of 531 users and 131 employees in 30 social care institutions in the country were infected.
According to Dr Darija Kisic Tepavcevic, a total of 169 cases were registered at the Gerontology Center in Nis. Those who recovered have been returned to the Center.

Teleworking gains broad approval

Enterprises view the continuation of teleworking, even after the lockdown restrictions come to an end, in a positive light, with the vast majority considering it an efficient measure against the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a survey conducted by human resources consultancy KPMG.

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