11:00 on December 5, Ambaselma, director of the Inspection Department of the National Infectious Disease Research Center of Mongolia, reported at a regular press conference of the Ministry of Health that 20,240 people have been tested for nucleic acid in the past 24 hours, and 11 new confirmed cases of COVID-19
Including Ukraine Three new cases were added in Lambato, four new cases were added in Selenger Province, and four new cases were added in Zamenwude County, Eastern Gobi Province. A total of 842 cases have been confirmed and 368 cases have been cured.
According to the statistics of the Ministry of Health of Mongolia, as of 11:00 on the same day, a total of 842 confirmed cases of COVID-19 had been reported, including 383 imported from abroad, 397 locally related cases, 49 confirmed cases in the capital “Enkhsaren” sanatorium, and 13 confirmed cases of medical staff of the National Infectious Disease Research Center.
Since mid-November, six provinces, including Ulaanbaatar and Selenge, the capital of Mongolia, have successively seen local cases. At present, there are a total of 397 local-related cases, 99 in Ulaanbaatar, 197 in Selenge Province, 45 in Darhanula Province, 24 in Orkhun Province, 25 in Eastern Gobi Province, 4 in Gobi Sumbuir Province and 3 in Houhangai Province.
On November 29, the Mongolian government extended the period of national alert in the capital Ulaanbaatar, Selenge, Houhangai and other provinces and cities for 10 days to 6 o’clock on December 11.
During this period, except for 18 types of industries such as electricity and water supply, strict closure measures continued to be implemented. From December 1st, the epidemic prevention and control level in other provinces has been reduced to a high level of alert. Previously, Mongolia implemented a national alert for epidemic prevention and control since November 12.