Charter flights to be operated to Japan, South Korea and Germany from April 1

2020-03-25 17:50:23

Mongolia has repatriated its 983 citizens through four chartered flights so far. 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.


Synchro: Spokesperson of the SEC’s operative team B.Dulamsuren  "We are ensuring preparations to evacuate Mongolian nationals from the Republic of Korea, Japan and Germany on charter flights from April 1. Physicians and specialists of the National Center for Communicable Diseases (NCCD) and the General Agency for Authorized Inspection will be among the flight crews."


As of today, a total of 1804 people are under medical observation in 106 isolation facilities with 7242 beds nationwide.

Furthermore, 30 Mongolian nationals and such number of heavy truck drivers will come back today through Zamyn-Uud border checkpoint. In addition test kits and face masks coming under assistance from China will be received through the checkpoint.