Mongolia has decided to shorten theisolation period for repatriated citizens to 10 days, said the Director General of the Consular Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs L.Munkhtushig.
Twelve charter flights are scheduled for March, six of which will be to the South Korean capital of Seoul; two of them will be transit flights. As the number of people infected with coronavirus is high in South Korea, transit passengers will be brought separately from Mongolian citizens coming who have been in South Korea.
Three charter flights will also be conducted to Tokyo, to bring students home who have been living in the country or who have recently graduated.
One charter flight is scheduled to Nur-Sultan, the capital of Kazakhstan, on 5 March. According to the Mongolian Embassy, there are currently 300-400 Mongolians in Kazakhstan.