Medical Chamber sets 4 points to curb 4th wave

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The Hungarian Medical Chamber (MOK) has suggested four proposals so that the fourth wave of the coronavirus epidemic will not cause mass illness, according to business daily Világgazdaság. 

To effectively control and prevent the spread of the virus, MOK recommends that vaccination points be set up in high-traffic areas (events, shopping malls, railway stations, etc.) where vaccines could be given without registration. 

In the countryside, it urges the launch of mobile vaccination buses, which can also be used without registration.

In small settlements, those who receive the vaccine could be rewarded with a small gift. In socially disadvantaged areas, many people could be given a purchase voucher of up to a few thousand forints or a food package. In these areas, the use of the single-dose Janssen vaccine is recommended.

MOK is also pushing for the introduction of compulsory vaccination for some target groups.

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