The National Meteorological Service warns of increasing heatwaves and thunderstorms in some places.
Hungary has received four prestigious awards granted by China’s national tourism board for its “outstanding performance” in the sector, the Hungarian Tourism Agency (MTÜ) said on Monday.
A heat alert has come into effect in Hungary from early Monday until Thursday midnight, as mean temperatures are expected to exceed 27 C. on all four days.
A dancer suffered serious injuries on her way to the Budapest Operetta on Monday when segments of a rooftop under construction and building frontage collapsed onto the pavement at the corner of Jókai Street and Aradi Street morning.
The government has enacted a “red code” due to the expected heatwave in the coming days, which will make it mandatory for all social institutions to admit homeless or distressed people, the Secretary of State for Care Policy at the Ministry of the Interior said at a news conference in Budapest on Monday.
László Lóránt Keresztes, the head of parliament’s sustainable development committee, has turned to President Katalin Novák in an open letter, asking her to raise her voice in protection of the River Sajó and for eliminating the ongoing pollution there.
Opposition Párbeszéd will submit a 300 billion forint (EUR 748.5m) package of amendments to the 2023 budget bill promoting green programmes, the party’s spokesman said on Saturday.
Hungary’s government is committed to extending the lifespan of the Paks nuclear power plant, László Palkovics, the minister of technology and industry, said in Paks on Friday.
There are already 12 confirmed people infected with monkeypox in Hungary, the National Center for Public Health (NNK) informed MTI on Friday.
At the weekend, we have to prepare for sunny days, but also for showers and thunderstorms. In most cases, the peaks will still be above 30 degrees, according to the National Meteorological Service.