Mongolia plans to reopen air border from May 1, 2021.
Mongolia had suspended international passenger flights in mid-February 2020 to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Mongolia plans to reopen its air border from May 1 to resume international passenger flights and welcome foreign tourists.
Preparations for COVID-19 preventions and precautions such as immunizing immigration staff, setting up glass barriers separating passengers, and temporary isolation rooms at the port for suspected cases, providing rapid tests, etc., are now underway.
Travelers planning to travel to Mongolia must have completed the vaccination course or should have a negative test result 72-hour before departure and follow the health guidelines while in Mongolia.
Mongolia is among the countries least affected by COVID-19. So far, Mongolia has registered 3,076 COVID-19 cases, with six deaths and around 80 percent of the recovery rate. The government has already launched a COVID-19 vaccination campaign across the country, with a goal of vaccinating a minimum of 60 percent of its 3.3 million people.