In order to protect residents and to reduce the risk of coronavirus infections, the 2nd district of Budapest has decided to broaden the scope of the current restrictions of movementand has introduced the following regulations until 12 midnight of 13th April.
As of Saturday, 28th of March the Hungarian Government has introduced a partial curfew in the whole country until the 11th of April. The partial curfew decree imposes restrictions on movement, that is, residents are not allowed to leave their homes without a good reason. In practice, this means the following:
Closing educational and social institutions was the only responsible decision to take in order to slow down the coronavirus outbreak. Further to this measure, the 2nd district along with other districts in Buda has also decided to close all public playgrounds. However, the Buda hills still offer a safe alternative for family excursions, provided families avoid the use of public transport and keep a safe distance from each other.
In the current situation the local government of the 2nd district of Budapest sees as its most important task to provide continuous support and information to the residents, and to set an example of solidarity and of a responsible attitude. We will therefore regularly publish real and up-to-date information on the measures related to the novel coronavirus outbreak.
The local government of the 2nd district of Budapest is constantly in contact with the authorities and the state bodies in order to coordinate measures regarding the coronavirus outbreak. We would therefore like to inform the residents of the district about the following.