People in Hungary got a taste Saturday of what life was like before the coronavirus pandemic as restaurants and bars served in-person customers for the first time in nearly six months, the latest round of openings in a country hit hard by COVID-19.
Dominika Alapi, 31, rose early and brought her young son to one of her favorite cafés in central Budapest. Drinking a lemonade in the spring sun, she said the experience was “liberating.”
“So many of us have been frustrated for so long, thinking, ‘Will this be the rest of our lives?’ Now it seems like everyone’s gotten their life back,” Alapi said.
Source: Associated Press – JUSTIN SPIKE