Hungarian Easter bunnies bring vaccines instead of eggs
CGTN Europe • 2m 6s
As Hungary struggles against the third wave of the pandemic, vaccination has offered a ray of hope. More than two million people have now had one dose of a vaccine, with the government insisting vaccination is the only way to stop the crisis, rather than more restrictions.
This year the Easter bunny is also bringing vaccines – with a chocolatier outside the capital using his decade of experience to craft a unique treat for Easter 2021.
Laszlo Rimoczi designed masked chocolate Santas at Christmas but said he wanted to spread a message of hope by creating Easter bunnies holding a small silver syringe.
"It seems that the only solution is the vaccination. This is our hope," he said. "That is why we make a chocolate syringe with the bunnies. This year the Easter bunny brings no easter eggs but a chocolate vaccine syringe."
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