Coronavirus in Mongolia, Daily Update & Travel
Last updated: 30 November 2020
As of November 30, 2020, the number of new coronavirus infections reached 791 in Mongolia.
The government of Mongolia, all emergency agencies and health organizations are still working hard and operating 24 hours to preventing from the COVID 19 since January. Mongolia coronavirus
Current snapshot of COVID-19 cases in Mongolia
|People in quarantine||>5000|
63,354,489 worldwide with 1,478,723 dead, 43,143,371 recovered and infection has been detected in more than 210 countries. It is fatally rated 2.33% and recovery rate 68.10%.
Current Situations of Mongolia
Things Are Getting Back to Normal Gradually
- The officials made a decision to extend the period of strict-lockdown in Ulaanbaatar city, Arkhangai and Selenge provinces, where the spread of COVID-19 still exists, by 10 days, until December 11.
- 18 types of businesses and services are allowed to run their operations.
- All government organizations and legal entities nationwide are normally working.
- Forbiddened November 13, activities of culture, entertainment and leisure, retails, and public events
- All levels of educational institutions are not allowed to return to normal operations starting from Nov 12.
- Although things are getting better, we are still wearing masks and keeping a good distance from each other while in the public.
- Domestic flights, trains, and inter-city buses stopped till 10 December.
- All of the hotels and leisure places are closed till 10 December.
- All attractions and sightseeing in the nationwide are closed to the public till 10 December.
International Travel and Entry to Mongolia
- The situation of the Covid-19 spread globally, suspensions of international flights and passenger trains has been extended until 10 December. We will keep you updated on the further notice.
- All people returning from abroad either on government-arranged charter flights or across border crossing checkpoints in an organized manner are placed under 21-day mandatory isolation at government-designated facilities. Mongolia coronavirus, travel restrictions