A total of 106 people – including railway workers – have been isolated in a train in Dornogobi Province of Mongolia after one passenger had a high temperature of 37.4C. The train arrived at Zamyn-Uud border crossing from Huhhot, Inner Mongolia at 08.00 p.m. on 11 February. The suspected passenger was returning to Mongolia after having been working in China’s Sichuan Province for 14 days.
Earlier today (13 February), Mongolian health officials reported that the suspected man has been tested coronavirus negative. So, the Emergency Commission of Dornogobi Province has lifted the ban. This is good news for the passengers, following their grim ordeal: the train to can now complete its journey to Ulaanbaatar. According to source, 14 of isolated passengers in the train are children.