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Two Iranian students with coronavirus expelled from Hungary

Hungary also accuses the two students of their aggressiveness towards the medical staff of the establishment where they had been placed in solitary confinement.

Two Iranian students with the new coronavirus have been expelled from Hungary and the European Union for failing to comply with the hospital quarantine order, the Interior Ministry announced on Friday.

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“The two Iranian nationals with student status in Hungary were expelled. The two men left the quarantine room of the National Institute of Hematology and Infectious Disease at the central hospital in Pest South, without authorization or protective clothing, “the ministry said in a statement.

Hungary also accuses the two students of their aggressiveness towards the medical staff of the establishment where they had been placed in solitary confinement.

Stay prohibited for 3 years

The deportation order will not be executed until their state of health permits, the ministry added. It is accompanied by a stay ban in Hungary for three years.

Nationalist Prime Minister Viktor Orban made a link between immigration on Friday and the new coronavirus, “introduced by foreigners and spreading among them”.

Hungary has so far reported 19 cases of infection with the virus causing the Covid-19 pandemic, and more than half have been identified among Iranians receiving a grant from the Hungarian government.

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