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.
Tsagaannuur, Altanbulag border checkpoints to be closed temporarily
Tsagaannuur border checkpoint will be closed at 23 pm tonight, March 23 while Altanbulag border crossing will be closed from 06 am of Saturday, this week or March 28.
ADB: Mongolia showing a good example in the world
Yesterday, on March 19, Deputy Prime Minister U.Enkhtuvshin received ADB Country Director for Mongolia Mr. Pavit Ramachandran.
Period of heightened state of readiness extended until April 30
At today’s meeting, the State Emergency Commission decided to extend the heightened state of readiness until April 30.
Financing and equipment issue of Mongolia-Japan Teaching Hospital to be settled comprehensively
Minister of Education, Culture, Science and Sports Yo.Baatarbileg became acquainted with the operations of the Mongolia-Japan Teaching Hospital on March 20.
Nomads standing storms
He has nine siblings, and his father is a man named Otgon Khandsuren, who is a State Honored Herder.
'Orano Mining' Company donates MNT 1 billion to Mongolia
‘Orano Mining’ Company of France specially addressed to the Deputy PM. In the letter, ‘Orano Mining’ Company expressed gratitude for providing high level medical service to the French national and conveyed that it is giving cash donation worth MNT 1 billion to the State Emergency Commission of Mongolia.
One-time visit to be allowed for citizens put in 14-day isolation
Based on the requests and suggestions put forth by the isolated citizens, a decision has been made to allow visits once in 14 days, reports the operative team of the State Emergency Commission.
Local youths making disinfection facility for vehicles
Youths of Khanbogd soum of Umnugobi aimag have made eight pieces of disinfection facilities for vehicles and placed them at Gashuunsukhait and Shivee khuren border checkpoints and roads in route Ulaanbaatar-Dalanzadgad.
Ulaanbaatar disinfecting public spaces against coronavirus
Ulaanbaatar city Mayor S.Amarsaikhan earlier issued an order to disinfect public places with the arrival of warmer weather as a preventive measure against the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Three citizens that arrived on charter flights test positive for COVID-19
Three Mongolian citizens that arrived in Mongolia on the charter flights en route Seoul-Ulaanbaatar, and Berlin-Ulaanbaatar have tested positive for COVID-19 from the preliminary laboratory tests.
Mongolian citizens abroad called on to stay in the countries
During a press briefing of the operative team of the State Emergency Commission, Chief of the National Emergency Management Agency, Major-General T.Badral notified that decision has been made not to receive foreign nationals in Mongolia. However, the decision will not belong to coal truck drivers from the Russian Federation.
Mongolian citizens being evacuated from foreign countries
Upon the decisions of the Government and the State Emergency Commission, two charter flights of MIAT Mongolian Airlines in route Seoul-Ulaanbaatar and Berlin-Moscow-Ulaanbaatar landed on March 15 and 16 respectively at the Chinggis Khaan International Airport.