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Coronamonitor: we publish daily stats and visualisations on the virus outbreak in Hungary

Data journalism section Atlo of Atlatszo launched a subpage dedicated to daily statistical updates, graphs and maps of the current status of the coronavirus outbreak in Hungary. The site provides data and visualisation of changes in the number of registered coronavirus cases, tested, isolated, healed and deceased patients in Hungary, a mathematical prediction model of the spread of the illness, and maps of the known cases.

Yet another expensive stadium: the Szilvásvárad Equestrian Centre cost a fortune to the taxpayers

The Hungarian government spent EUR 20 million (nearly HUF 7 billion) on the construction of the Szilvásvárad Lipizzan Equestrian Centre, the annual maintenance costs EUR 150 thousand (nearly HUF 50 million). However, the not so popular attraction makes only EUR 53 thousand (HUF 18 million) annual revenue, and is massively loss-making.

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