Nearly 70 percent of Hungary’s population vaccinated against COVID-19

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    Nearly 70 percent of Hungary’s population has been vaccinated against COVID-19, one of the highest per capita rates in the European Union. Hungary was the first EU country to use China’s Sinopharm vaccine and these are now available at all vaccination sites in the country.

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