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Hungary to gradually lift COVID-19 lockdown in Budapest from Monday: PM Orban

Reuters Saturday, 16 May 2020
Hungary's government will gradually lift lockdown restrictions in Budapest from Monday, two weeks after it ended the lockdown in the rest of the country, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on his official Facebook page on Saturday.
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