Long lines of vehicles were waiting at a border crossing between Hungary and Romania, Sunday, March 22, with trucks being the only vehicles allowed to enter Hungary.
READ MORE: Turkish officials are threatening to seize factories where face masks are produced if the companies running them do not agree to sell their products to the government.
Turkish Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu told Turkish state-run media Monday the companies must stop hoarding their stock and sign contracts with the health ministry or they will be seized. He was quoted as saying the government would pay a fair price for the face masks.
Soylu said the government Sunday carried out simultaneous raids on depots of some local producers that were stockpiling the protective masks.