Gov't earmarks HUF 16 bln to raise vaccination awareness

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The government has allocated "at least" HUF 16 billion for an information campaign to promote vaccination against the coronavirus, a resolution published in the latest issue of the official gazette Magyar Közlöny shows.

With the information campaign, the government will "call the attention of citizens to the necessity of inoculation and to the importance of registration as soon as possible", according to the resolution.

The government acknowledges in the resolution that information campaigns can "significantly contribute to the success of the inoculation program".

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