Two more recovered Covid-19 patients to be discharged
As a result, four out of 15 confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Mongolia have been recovered.
Parliament spring session opens today
This is the last session of the current parliament ahead of the upcoming legislative election on June 24, and its sittings and voting process will be conducted via a web conference in an effort to maintain social distancing due to COVID-19 pandemic.
15th coronavirus case recorded in Mongolia
A Turkish national, who is being quarantined under medical supervision in the National Center for Communicable Diseases (NCCD), has tested positive for coronavirus, bringing the recorded case in Mongolia to 15.
‘Vision - 2050’ policy document presented to President of Mongolia
“With main objectives to avoid making the same mistakes in the past three decades and consolidate the previous accomplishments in the next 30 years, the ‘Vision - 2050’ is a complex long-term policy document of Mongolia.”
Medical equipment provided for central hospitals of 21 aimags
Specifically, each aimag received equipment much needed for the fight against COVID-19 such as a ventilator, oxygen concentrator, and a steam inhaler.
Groundbreaking ceremony held for Chinggis Khaan Museum
Currently, there are more than 1,000 exhibits collected to display at the museum’s 15 traditional and virtual exhibition halls, totaling 20.500 square meter.
Academic council at the Chinggis Khaan Museum established
With all preparations completed for the construction of the Chinggis Khaan Museum in Ulaanbaatar city, Prime Minister U.Khurelsukh has issued an ordinance to set up an academic council responsible for providing professional advice for establishing the museum.
Coronavirus to be diagnosed in six hospitals
Furthermore, it became available to diagnose coronavirus infection in laboratories of five hospitals besides the NCCD,
Mongolia’s largest dombor weighs 100 kg
The largest dombor in Mongolia is preserved at local museum of Bayan-Ulgii aimag. The dombor was made dedicating to Honored Industrial Worker of Mongolia A.Stanbul, by order of his family and children in 2014.
Two more imported Covid-19 cases detected in Mongolia
“On March 28, three family members of the staff of the Turkish Embassy arrived by a flight of South Korea, but the two of them have been confirmed with Covid-19.
Musical fountain to be built in the south of central square
The new park will have a large green space and a musical fountain 85 m in length and 14 m in width.
43 Mongolian military officers returned from Qatar
The 43 military officers will be placed in quarantine for 21 days in the Military Central Hospital.
Two citizens recovered from coronavirus to be released from hospital
As of today, there are 12 confirmed cases in Mongolia while two of those patients have fully recovered, Director of the National Center for Communicable Diseases D.Nyamkhuu reported.
Government unveils MNT 5.1 trillion plan to help those affected by COVID-19
PM Khurelsukh announced that the government of Mongolia today decided to take the following measures to be financed with MNT 5.1 trillion to support the country’s economy weakened by the coronavirus outbreak.
Two evacuation flights to be conducted
it was decided to extend the quarantine period for suspected citizens with infection to 21-28 days in aims of prevention of the novel coronavirus infection.
One new coronavirus case confirmed in Mongolia, total number stands at 11
The confirmed coronavirus cases now total 11, all of them are imported cases, including a French national and 10 Mongolians flew from abroad.
Revenue of 65 percent of entities decreased
About the effect of COVID-19 on business operation especially in workplace of entities and companies, a total of 33 percent of over 1500 entities and companies which participated in the survey answered that they cut their workforce.
Charter flights to be operated to Japan, South Korea and Germany from April 1
Today, on March 25, an operative team of the State Emergency Commission (SEC) reported that it was decided to operate additional flights to Japan, the Republic of Korea and Germany from April 1.
United States providing assistance to support Mongolia's COVID-19 response
U.S. government through the U.S. Agency for International Development is providing more than MNT 3.3 billion or USD 1.2 million to the World Health Organization (USD 700 thousand) and the United Nations Children's Fund (USD 500 thousand) to support the Mongolian government’s COVID-19 response.