The following report by our Hungarian correspondent László describes his government’s campaign against “vaccine hesitancy”, which is the most extreme official policy on the vax that I’ve heard of so far.
Medical Apartheid in Hungary: No Jab, No Healthcare
A government regulation restricting healthcare services for unvaccinated patients has recently come into force in Hungary. This means that people without an official “Certificate of Immunity” are only allowed to undergo “delayable surgeries” or rehabilitative care if they have a fresh negative PCR test — carried out at their own expense.
In other words only those who (1) have been ‘vaccinated’, or (2) can prove that they have been cured from Covid infection, or (3) have a recent negative PCR test are eligible for public healthcare services (for which almost everyone pays for on a compulsory basis).
So it is not just that you have to have a test to get full treatment: you even have to pay for these PCR tests. According to Hungarian news site Portfolio the government’s position is the following:
Since all Hungarian citizens can receive the vaccine against the coronavirus free of charge, there is no justification for Hungarian taxpayers to pay for the cost of the PCR test for patients who are facing delayable surgeries and who need the test only because they, of their own free will, did not take advantage of the vaccination.
Some groups are exempt from paying for the mandatory PCR-test, such as people who have not taken the ‘vaccine’ but ‘it was not their own fault’ — for example because they have had contraindications for taking the jab.
You even need the above “certificate” to see the dentist.
In practice it is probably not only state healthcare. Some private dentists have allegedly already started to apply this rule as well, although not all of them.
Note: this is not a translation. It is my report, mostly but not exclusively based on the article published by Portfolio. I also read the government regulations in question; and I got the ‘intel’ on private dentists from informal sources.