As of today, there are a total of 11 confirmed cases of "Covid-19" in Mongolia. The Mongolian Emergency Office ruled to postpone quarantine until April 30, after their 13th official meeting.
There are some of the decisions made by the National Office:
- To ban all public events until April 30.
-The suspension of scheduled international flights and passenger traffic will be extended until April 30.
-To postpone the decision of quarantining all levels of educational organi
Mongolian Emergency office reports a positive health condition for a French citizen, 57, and Mongolians who came from Italy, France, and South Korea by charter flight in March making up the total number to 10. The news brings hope for the first recovered case. As for Mongolia, we have been under strict quarantine since January, the moment Covid 2019 started taking tolls in China. Mongolia was reported to be managing the situation very well. WHO specialists gives credit to the
How is it that Mongolia, a land that borders China and one of the likeliest to be a country where the disease would spread quickly and viciously, still has only four confirmed cases of COVID-19, three of which were just announced today? Well, they acted quickly. The first case, detected just last week on March 9 was made public when a French national who entered the country for work purposes began to show symptoms while in Dornogobi province. Landing March 2 on an Aeroflot fl
There are currently no confirmed cases of coronavirus in Mongolia, even though we are located between China and Russia. This is no miracle but careful and smart actions taken by the Mongolian government and its people. Mongolians have been aware of the global epidemic and the seriousness of the situation started taking precautionary methods to prevent the disease. Most of the people are wearing masks and using hand-sanitizer daily. Because of Mongolia's steppe customs populat