Hungary begins vaccinating teens as young as 16
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Hungary's COVID-19 vaccination program has hit another milestone, with teenagers aged 16 to 18 getting their jabs. The country is one of the first in the world to begin vaccinating the age group, who will have greater freedom as soon as they can show immunity cards.
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