The police detained us with immediate effect for 30 days – amended to 60 days – and fined us 500,000 HUF.
He posted a good restaurant in the party area to Facebook on Friday.
Dear attendees, dear guests! We have very sad news. Even though we followed all the rules, the police on the spot …
The photo of the readers who arrived at the index editorial office shows that a relatively large number of people are standing in front of the place, and a number of policemen appeared at the other end of the parking lot at Madash Square.
The owners of the place claim that they served customers only for personal collections and take-out meals, and only four people were allowed into the store at a time.
We are still confused by the facts. Many thanks to those who came today and bought ready-made products, thus supporting the center that closed more than two months ago, and we will also inform you as soon as we learn more.
– Found in the Facebook post.
“I’ll open it”
Tired of epidemiological rules restricting hospitality, so Resti Brasserie in Nagykanizsa announced Thursday that it will open the restaurant on February 1, despite the ban. Where the owner looks to the police and NAV employees too.
The Nagykanizsa pub owner also announced the arbitrary opening early. He wrote on his Facebook page:
We have adhered to the restrictions in effect so far, but since we have not received any support from the government / We were left by the side of the road / Despite promises, I think here about our business and wage subsidy / What the joke is about !! / Therefore, after 3 months, we do not want to continue supporting the government’s work, especially after it does not lead to any results!
Almost the entire hospitality profession is struggling to open up nationally, in an effort to draw the attention of decision makers through concerted action that while the state limits its operations, it does not adequately support the sector’s survival. However, the success of the previously announced violation was hampered by the accelerated illegal opening ceremony of the bar in Elizabeth.
The hospitable rebellion began in Italy and spread across Europe. A demonstration was announced in Hungary at the beginning of February to reopen the sector. It is true that the testator sent a letter to the government:
If the restrictions are canceled in the meantime, the event will be missed!
At a press conference at the Operational Court on Friday, Lt. Col. Robert Case said operators and guests would be sanctioned for arbitrary opening.