Ulaanbaatar, December 21 The Mongolian government announced on the 21st that the capital Ulaanbaatar will implement a full-civilian police alert again from 6:00 on the 23rd to 6:00 on January 6, 2021 to curb the continued spread of the novel coronavirus.
Sodbatel, Vice Premier of Mongolia and Chairman of the National Emergency Committee, said at a press conference on the same day that in view of the double-digit growth of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the capital region for many consecutive days, the epidemic prevention and control situation is not optimistic.
The government decided to raise the disaster prevention and alert level in Ulaanbaatar from a high alert state to the highest level. The state of civilian police restraint. He called on the people to strictly abide by the relevant regulations and arrange their work and life during this period.
It is reported that during the implementation of the full civilian police martial law, 15 departments, such as food stores, gas stations, pharmacies, hospitals, power supply, heating, telecommunications, etc., will operate as usual.
According to the data released by the Ministry of Health of Mongolia on the 21st, there have been 32 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours, of which 31 are local cases; 993 have been confirmed cases, of which 552 are local cases; 509 have been cured; and there are no deaths.
In order to curb the COVID-19 epidemic, Mongolia has entered a state of full civilian police alert since November 12, and since December 1, different levels of alert have been implemented nationwide according to local conditions. The city of Ulaanbaatar was transferred from full civilian alert to a high alert state from December 14.
Mongolia’s national defense disaster alert level is divided into three levels, from high to low, the whole civilian police alert state, high alert state and alert state.