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The next webinar can be joined live online starting at 6 p.m. CET today.
Recent data show that experimental and other drugs already in commercial use may have improve the treatment of COVID-19.
Distance education started at all six faculties of the university on Monday, in line with plans and the academic curriculum.
Another plane loaded with medical supplies arrived from China to Budapest
Patients can arrive at the usual entrances of the buildings, but they will be met by checkpoints.
The supplies were received by Dr. Béla Merkely and the representatives of the Ministry of Innovation and Technology.
Based on the instruction of the Rector, distant education will be launched at Semmelweis University on 23rd March 2020. A schedule using Central European Time will apply to all faculties and years. The educational departments will have prepared their curriculum by 6 pm on 20th March 2020 that will be published on their own website …
From March 23, entry to the Clinical Centers will be possible only at checkpoints and after being screened for influenza-like symptoms.