An informal conversation took place in the Carmelite monastery.

Coronavirus – second year

It has been more than a year since the Chinese authorities informed the World Health Organization of the emergence of a new rapidly spreading virus. Since then, there hasn’t been anyone in the world who hasn’t heard of the term Covid-19, and more and more people are mourning a relative or friend who ended up with the new disease while existence collapsed in weeks and our entire lives were rewritten from the pandemic. So far, vaccines have been completed, and this in turn raises not only hope, but also many questions, while not only stopping the virus, but also threatening another mutation. You can find the details of this battle in our series of articles.

Prime Minister Viktor Orban, Thursday morning, welcomed Catalin Carrico, a research biologist and biochemist, who has patented an RNA-based synthetic vaccine technology, at the Carmelite Monastery, and

It appreciated and appreciated his research work

A spokesman for the Prime Minister said.

Bertalan Havassi said that during the informal conversation, the personal life of the scientist, the development of RNA-based vaccines, the international performance of Hungarian science and the importance of vaccination were discussed.

After the meeting, Prime Minister Viktor Orban also thanked the researcher for his work on Facebook.

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Don’t forget: In an interview earlier this year, Orbán described a Hungarian professor working in the US as a woman in Kisugsalas, while speaking of her biggest share as vice president of BioNTech in developing a vaccine for the coronavirus that was still the only one approved in the United States. . European Union. Opposition parties responded to the word’s use with an unbearable brutal mention.

It is Bertalan Havassi RTL News In response to his question in this regard, he said: Urban called the scientist a woman because she “cannot call her Lord.”

When I Love Hungary Karaiku herself asked about the case, which angered women’s rights activists, she said she did not want to make any public statement on the “women’s issue”.

Whatever I say, they will be that they are not chewing the words of the prime minister, but my words. “

Said the researcher considered by some to be a Nobel Prize winner.

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