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Orbán gets booster jab

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Prime Minister Viktor Orbán got a booster jab of COVID vaccine over the weekend, a video posted on his Facebook page shows.

Orbán had said in a weekly radio interview on Friday that he would get the booster jab, likening it to "life insurance".

The Prime Minister got the Moderna vaccine, on the recommendation of the doctor administering the inoculation, his press chief said, responding to a query by MTI.

Orbán was inoculated against the coronavirus with China's Sinopharm vaccine early in the year, according to state news wire MTI.

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