The key measures are the following:
• Nurseries and primary schools will be closed until the 7th of April. Education will continue in digital form, while nurseries will take an extraordinary beak. Dormitories are able to remain open depending on the decision of the director of the institution.
• All shops, with the exception of grocery stores, drugstores, pharmacies, gas stations, tobacco shops, local markets and feed stores, must remain closed for a two-week period beginning March 8, 2021.
• Flower-shops are allowed to open on International Women’s Day, the 8th of March.
• Between March 8th and 22nd, all services must remain closed. Exceptions include private healthcare services, banks, public food services, delivery services, social institutes, mechanic services, funeral services, entities providing legal services, veterinarians, security services, car rental companies, stockbreeders, veterinary, phytosanitary, and food testing laboratories, food processing services and dry-cleaning services.
• Obligatory, universal mask-wearing in public places.
Hungarian Revolution Day 15 March
This day is the National Day of Hungary and marks the anniversary of the start of the 1848 Revolution against the Austrian Empire. Last year we had online commemoration. Now let us share with you how in a small village called Mezőpeterd our students and their parents are commemorating. This is the small village, the majority of our students commute from, by school bus on an average school day.
Reformation, Revolution and the War of Independence. Online exhibition guide in the permanent exhibition of the National Museum!
Let us remember together March 15, 1848, the Day of the Revolution and the War of Independence, let us celebrate together during the pandemic! The National Museum invites online guided tours who, while respecting epidemiological restrictions, would revive the achievements of the Reformation, accompany the revolutionary youth on March 15, and recall the events of the War of Independence.