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TRAVEL NOTICE DURING COVID-19 MONGOLIA

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS /2022-4-11/

Starting from March 14, PCR and rapid test results will no longer be required for all travelers entering Mongolia.

However, MIAT Mongolian Airlines, for example, has reported that all its passengers will continue to be required to wear their face masks.

Any type of enclosed areas, such as ticketing offices, customer service areas, and aircraft cabins, are being disinfected once every 4 hours, and thoroughly ventilated each hour. Following each flight, airlines also follow the guidance issued by International Air Transport Association (IATA) and the corresponding manufacturer when cleaning and disinfecting the aircraft.

Mongolia Coronavirus Daily Updates

Last updated: 28 Mar 2022

Total confirmed infections:  470210
Recovered cases: 469989
new cases: 15
Deaths: 2108

Covid-19 vaccination in Mongolia

  • The vaccination began in late February in Mongolia.
  • Mongolia’s efforts to source vaccines (Pfizer, AstraZeneca, ​​ Sputnik V, Vero Cell) are focused on India, Russia, China as well as assistance from the Covax initiative.
  • As of December 2, 2021, 66.1% of all population fully vaccinated.
  • Vaccination for 12-17 year old citizens begun from June 20.
  • 5 Vaccines Approved for Use in Mongolia
  1. Sinopharm (Beijing) BBIBP-CorV (Vero Cells)

  2. Oxford/AstraZeneca AZD1222

  3. Gamaleya Sputnik V

  4. Pfizer/BioNTech BNT162b2

  5. Moderna mRNA-1273

The Japanese government has promised Mongolia a $21.5 million grant to combat the pandemic, and the country expects to receive 2.35 million Pfizer doses by this year's end. Since June 17, it has received 255,060 doses of Pfizer and begun vaccinating children aged from 12 to 17, women nursing infants and pregnant women.