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Hungary eases coronavirus restrictions outside Budapest: PM

Reuters Wednesday, 29 April 2020
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Wednesday announced an easing of population movement restrictions outside Budapest, which has reported the most cases of coronavirus infections, saying shops will be allowed to reopen without time limits.
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