Budapest Landmarks Empty After Hungary's Borders Close

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Drone footage taken Wednesday, March 25, shows the empty landmarks of Budapest, Hungary, after the government closed the country’s borders.
READ MORE: Hungarian oil and gas group MOL said on Wednesday one of its factories had been converted to produce disinfectant sanitizer liquids to help combat the spread of the coronavirus.

MOL’s managing director Peter Ratatics told a news conference the plant in Almasfuzito, western Hungary, would produce 50,000 liters of sanitizer liquids per day. The plant has been manufacturing car screen wash liquids.

MOL will also start producing sanitizers at its plants in Croatia and Slovakia to cover local needs.

Hungary has 226 confirmed cases of the coronavirus, and 10 people have died, according to official government figures.