Restrictions eased for Hungaroring racegoers
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Hungary's government will allow foreigners to attend three international contests at the Hungaroring race track on the outskirts of Budapest with a negative COVID PCR test, a decree published in the official gazette Magyar Közlöny shows.
A negative PCR test, from no longer than three days earlier, will allow foreign ticket holders access to the FIA European Truck Racing Championship on June 12-13, the Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix on July 30-August 1 and the FIA World Touring Car Cup on August 21-22.
Those foreign visitors will also be afforded the same rights at hotels, restaurants, and entertainment venues as holders of immunity certificates by presenting their race tickets.
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