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Hungarian PM receives injection of China's Sinopharm vaccine

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Budapest, Hungary - Feb 28, 2021 (Courtesy of Hungarian government - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Sign of COVID-19 vaccination point
2. Various of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban getting body temperature checked, sanitizing hands
3. Various of Orban entering vaccination room
4. Various of doctor giving Orban physical check
5. China's Sinopharm vaccine
6. Various of Orban getting inoculated
7. SOUNDBITE (Hungarian) Viktor Orban, Hungarian prime minister (partially overlaid with shot 8):
"I got my shot today and I have now returned to my office and started to work. You see, I don't have any adverse reactions. Thousands of people in Hungary have been inoculated with the Chinese vaccine. Please trust the Hungarian professionals."
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
8. Orban leaving vaccination room
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
9. Screenshot of tweet by Hungarian netizen Gimesi Ferencne reading (Hungarian) "My husband and I both got the Chinese vaccine. Everything is fine. This is what I want to say to those who doubt and reject the vaccines."
10. Screenshot of tweet by Hungarian netizen Zsuzsanna Solyom reading (Hungarian) "Great! More and more people are getting vaccinated! Special thanks to Mr. Prime Minister for taking quick and effective action. We're always one step ahead!"
11. Screenshot of tweet by Hungarian netizen Kollar Krisztian reading (Hungarian) "I'm proud of our government and the prime minister! This is not only a record of Hungary but also one beyond the Danube. On the entire European continent, our country has taken the lead on many matters."
12. Screenshot of tweet by Hungarian netizen Farkas Jozsef reading (Hungarian) "Go Prime Minister! As a professional, I'd like to say that I want to get the Chinese vaccine as well."

FILE: Budapest, Hungary - Date Unknown (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
13. Hungarian national flag

Budapest, Hungary - Feb 18, 2021 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
14. Various of pedestrians

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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban received his first injection of China's Sinopharm vaccine against COVID-19 on Sunday.

After receiving the inoculation, Orban posted a video of him getting the shot on Facebook, calling on the public to trust the Chinese vaccine and complete their vaccinations as soon as possible.

"I got my shot today and I have now returned to my office and started to work. You see, I don't have any adverse reactions. Thousands of people in Hungary have been inoculated with the Chinese vaccine. Please trust the Hungarian professionals," said the prime minister.

Hungarian netizens posted their support for people getting the Chinese vaccine after watching Orban's video. Some said they have already had their jabs and felt no discomfort, while others said they would soon get the Chinese vaccine.

"My husband and I both got the Chinese vaccine. Everything is fine. This is what I want to say to those who doubt and reject the vaccines," said Hungarian netizen Gimesi Ferencne.

"I'm proud of our government and the prime minister! This is not only a record of Hungary but also one beyond the Danube. On the entire European continent, our country has taken the lead on many matters," said another netizen Kollar Krisztian.

Orban received the shot two days after Hungarian President Janos Ader, who also opted for the Chinese vaccine.

Hungarian Chief Medical Officer Cecilia Muller said at a press conference Saturday that it is very important for high-ranking Hungarian officials to get immunized publicly, in order to set an example for the population.

With access to vaccines from five producers, namely China's Sinopharm, Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca and Russia's Sputnik V, Hungary, the first European Union member state to buy and authorize the use of Chinese vaccines, started to administer the Sinopharm vaccine on Wednesday.

Hungary on Sunday registered 4,469 new cases and 72 more deaths in the past 24 hours, raising its national total to 428,599 and the death toll to 14,974, according to official data.

As of Sunday, 677,682 people had received at least one vaccine jab, while 249,499 have received two jabs, according to the website.

After the arrival of the first batch of Chinese vaccines on Feb 16, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Peter Szijjarto said Friday that another batch would arrive in Hungary in March.

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Hungary-PM/Vaccination

Hungarian PM receives injection of China's Sinopharm vaccine

Dateline : Feb 28/18, 2021/File

Location : Hungary

Duration : 1'23

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Budapest, Hungary - Feb 28, 2021 (Courtesy of Hungarian government - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Sign of COVID-19 vaccination point
2. Various of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban getting body temperature checked, sanitizing hands
3. Various of Orban entering vaccination room
4. Various of doctor giving Orban physical check
5. China's Sinopharm vaccine
6. Various of Orban getting inoculated
7. SOUNDBITE (Hungarian) Viktor Orban, Hungarian prime minister (partially overlaid with shot 8):
"I got my shot today and I have now returned to my office and started to work. You see, I don't have any adverse reactions. Thousands of people in Hungary have been inoculated with the Chinese vaccine. Please trust the Hungarian professionals."
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
8. Orban leaving vaccination room
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
9. Screenshot of tweet by Hungarian netizen Gimesi Ferencne reading (Hungarian) "My husband and I both got the Chinese vaccine. Everything is fine. This is what I want to say to those who doubt and reject the vaccines."
10. Screenshot of tweet by Hungarian netizen Zsuzsanna Solyom reading (Hungarian) "Great! More and more people are getting vaccinated! Special thanks to Mr. Prime Minister for taking quick and effective action. We're always one step ahead!"
11. Screenshot of tweet by Hungarian netizen Kollar Krisztian reading (Hungarian) "I'm proud of our government and the prime minister! This is not only a record of Hungary but also one beyond the Danube. On the entire European continent, our country has taken the lead on many matters."
12. Screenshot of tweet by Hungarian netizen Farkas Jozsef reading (Hungarian) "Go Prime Minister! As a professional, I'd like to say that I want to get the Chinese vaccine as well."

FILE: Budapest, Hungary - Date Unknown (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
13. Hungarian national flag

Budapest, Hungary - Feb 18, 2021 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
14. Various of pedestrians


Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban received his first injection of China's Sinopharm vaccine against COVID-19 on Sunday.

After receiving the inoculation, Orban posted a video of him getting the shot on Facebook, calling on the public to trust the Chinese vaccine and complete their vaccinations as soon as possible.

"I got my shot today and I have now returned to my office and started to work. You see, I don't have any adverse reactions. Thousands of people in Hungary have been inoculated with the Chinese vaccine. Please trust the Hungarian professionals," said the prime minister.

Hungarian netizens posted their support for people getting the Chinese vaccine after watching Orban's video. Some said they have already had their jabs and felt no discomfort, while others said they would soon get the Chinese vaccine.

"My husband and I both got the Chinese vaccine. Everything is fine. This is what I want to say to those who doubt and reject the vaccines," said Hungarian netizen Gimesi Ferencne.

"I'm proud of our government and the prime minister! This is not only a record of Hungary but also one beyond the Danube. On the entire European continent, our country has taken the lead on many matters," said another netizen Kollar Krisztian.

Orban received the shot two days after Hungarian President Janos Ader, who also opted for the Chinese vaccine.

Hungarian Chief Medical Officer Cecilia Muller said at a press conference Saturday that it is very important for high-ranking Hungarian officials to get immunized publicly, in order to set an example for the population.

With access to vaccines from five producers, namely China's Sinopharm, Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca and Russia's Sputnik V, Hungary, the first European Union member state to buy and authorize the use of Chinese vaccines, started to administer the Sinopharm vaccine on Wednesday.

Hungary on Sunday registered 4,469 new cases and 72 more deaths in the past 24 hours, raising its national total to 428,599 and the death toll to 14,974, according to official data.

As of Sunday, 677,682 people had received at least one vaccine jab, while 249,499 have received two jabs, according to the website.

After the arrival of the first batch of Chinese vaccines on Feb 16, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Peter Szijjarto said Friday that another batch would arrive in Hungary in March.

ID : 8179662

Published : 2021-03-01 01:53

Last Modified : 2021-03-01 16:07:59

Source : China Central Television (CCTV),Other

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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