Mongolia extends suspension of international passenger flights until end of MayChristian Fernsby ▼ | April 28, 2020
Mongolia's State Emergency Commission (SEC) on Tuesday decided to extend the suspension of international passenger flights till the end of May.
Deputy prime minister Ulziisaikhan Enkhtuvshin
Meanwhile, the country will continue to evacuate its citizens from pandemic-hit countries, said Enkhtuvshin, who also heads the SEC.
"We are planning to send three chartered flights in coming days to the virus-hit countries, including South Korea," he said.
As of Tuesday, Mongolia has registered 38 confirmed COVID-19 infections, including four foreigners and 10 recoveries. All the cases are imported ones. ■