A total of 13 adults and a child were rushed to the National Centre for Communicative Diseases on 14 September from the ‘Dream-1 Hotel’ where they had been quarantined. According to one source: a dozen people suffered food poisoning while undergoing the mandatory 21 days of quarantine at the hotel. The victims have been quarantined in the hotel after returning from the Australian city of Sidney on 29 August.
Therefore, earlier today (16 September), the Metropolitan Professional Inspection Department has revoked the licenses of two hotels namely, the Sentii and Dream-1.
Mongolia has been isolating its nationals in 49 hospitals, resorts and hotels for 21 days of quarantine after repatriating them from pandemic-hit countries.