As of 18 January, 1526 confirmed cases of COVID-19 are reported in Mongolia, of which 967 have recovered.
Health organizations conducted 863214 laboratory surveillance of coronavirus disease so far with a result of 1116 cases of community spread in six provinces and 410 imported cases of COVID-19.
- The first case of local COVID-19 transmission was detected on 10 November 2020.
- First death case, a 73-year-old female with a chronic condition, diabetes reported on 26 December 2020
- The strict lockdown in the capital city of Ulaanbaatar eased to the Heightened State of Readiness on 11 January 2021
- Businesses have been allowed to run their operation, however 14 types of service facilities, including clothing shops and yoga, fitness centres are still closed.
- No cases reported outside of Ulaanbaatar within the last 21 days.
- As of 26 October, 19519 citizens have been repatriated via 98 special departure flights.
- Citizens who have been repatriated are required to complete 21 days of quarantine in government-designed facilities.
- As of 18 January, there are 40126 people isolated in the government-designed facility.
- 14 days of home quarantine following the initial 21 days became mandatory again.
- The government of Mongolia reports that Mongolia will receive vaccines against Covid-19 through COVAX in March 2021
Health service provision:
- 8359 health care workers trained in COVID19 Case Management
- 557 ICU beds for COVID-19 patients
- 9754 Non-ICU Hospital beds for COVID19 patients