The strict lock-down applies to Mongolia until May 8.

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The decision was made based on the recommendations of the Ministry of Health and the National Emergency Committee, with the aim of curbing the increasing spread of COVID-19 in the population. On April 8, the government decided to take strict restrictions and lower the network level-Level 4 of the COVID-19 emergency preparedness model. It took 16 days from April 10 to 25 and paid 300,000 MNT in one lump sum. Cash as part of the plan to lift the lockdown. Only large companies can operate. It is strongly recommended that residents can use basic services, supermarkets, health services and pharmacies near their homes. There are more than 1,000 new COVID-19 cases in Mongolia every day. As of April 23, the country has confirmed a total of 27,956 confirmed cases of COVID-19, including 24,242 cases and 69 coronavirus-related deaths in Ulaanbaatar. The population vaccination program that has been suspended since April 10 is resumed today. As of all the target populations for vaccination, there are about 2 million adults in the country who received the first dose of the vaccine between April 23 and 26 due to the vaccine suspension and were unable to obtain the second dose in time. People have been vaccinated for more than 55 years in a total of 160 vaccination sites. On April 23, a total of 649,236 people received the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, and 64,469 people received the full vaccination. To date, Mongolia has received a total of 1,460,540 doses of COVID-19 vaccine, including 214,800 doses of AstraZeneca obtained through India and COVAX facilities, 1,200,000 doses of the national medicine vaccine obtained from China through donations and procurement, and 20,000 doses of Sputnik vaccine. V. Purchase 25,740 doses of Pfizer BioNTech vaccine in Russia through COVAX Center.

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