COVID-19: 24 new cases reported, total reaches 784
24 new cases of COVID-19 were detected in Mongolia after 9513 tests performed nationwide yesterday, November 28.
Mongolian United Packaging Association joins World Packaging Organization
Mongolian United Packaging Association (MUPA) has become a member of the World Packaging Organization (WPO).
COVID-19: 22 new cases detected, total reaches 760
At the latest briefing of the Ministry of Health, Head of Surveillance Department of the National Center for Communicable Diseases A.Ambaselmaa reported that 11,929 PCR tests were performed nationwide on November 27, resulting in the detection of 22 positive cases.
Third edition of the National Atlas of Mongolia to be published
The third edition of the National Atlas of Mongolia will be published in Mongolian and English in 2021.
Overcoming COVID contest extended to December 24
The submission deadline for the TASS-led News Photo Awards. Overcoming COVID contest has been prolonged to December 24, 2020. The organizing committee made the decision.
‘Songino’ sub-station put into operation
The ‘Songino’ substation was put into operation on November 25 with a purpose to increase the reliability of not only Ulaanbaatar’s energy supply but also the country’s central energy grid.
Fourth human rights dialogue between Mongolia and EU takes place
The fourth human rights dialogue between Mongolia and the European Union was held virtually on November 25.
Additional beds available for COVID-19 patients' treatment
On November 25, Chair of the State Emergency Commission Ya.Sodbaatar and Minister of Health T.Munkhsaikhan visited the National Center for Maternal and Child Health in Khan-Uul District and a general clinic in the 21st khoroo of Songinokhairkhan District.
COVID-19: 26 new cases recorded
During the regular press conference of the Ministry of Health, Head of Surveillance Department of the National Center for Communicable Diseases (NCCD) A.Ambaselmaa provided updates on the latest coronavirus test results conducted since 11 AM of November 26.A.Ambaselmaa provided updates on the latest coronavirus test results conducted since 11 AM of November 26.
Rural residents stuck in Ulaanbaatar to be returned from December 1
A meeting of the Board of the Chairman of the State Special Commission has taken place today
COVID-19: 13 new cases confirmed
Laboratories nationwide conducted the coronavirus tests on 4176 people yesterday, November 25, resulting in the detection of 13 positive cases.
Mongolia-Singapore joint stamp unveiled for diplomatic anniversary
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Mongolia and the Republic of Singapore. On the occasion of the anniversary of friendly and close relations of the two countries, Mongol Post and Singapore Post jointly issued postage stamp depicting the exquisite and unique art works of both countries.
Over fifty percent of total territory covered by snow
According to the National Agency for Meteorology and Environmental Monitoring, over 50 percent the country’s territory has been blanketed with snow as of November 20.
Cabinet meeting news in brief
Following decisions were made at the Cabinet meeting dated November 25:
White Ribbon Campaign: The time to end domestic violence is now
Today is the time for men to speak out and unite to end violence. Talk to your friends! Encourage your colleagues and relatives! Men continue to stay silent and keep their eyes closed to violence, MONGOLIAN MEN SHOULD CALL TOGETHER TO STOP IT NOW. Therefore, the National Center Against Violence, the Monfemnet National Ne The National Center Against Violence, the Monfemnet National Network, the Men's Healthy Family Center NGO, and People In Need are launching the White Ribbon Campaign. The initiative calls on all men to stand up, speak out, and stop the violence.twork, the Men's Healthy Family Center NGO, and People In Need are launching the White Ribbon Campaign. The initiative calls on all men to stand up, speak out, and stop the violence.
Mongolian representatives participating in 'Sharing Stories of Asia-Pacific Education Movements' conference
Director of Preschool Education Department of the Ministry of Education and Science J.Myagmar, specialist of the Ministry’s International Cooperation Department O.Oyunbileg and specialist of the Institute of Teacher’s Professional Development G.Telmen are participating in the SSAEM (Sharing Stories of Asia-Pacific Education Movements) conference of the Asia-Pacific Teacher Exchange for Global Education (APTE) program being organized virtually on November 24-26.
Online meeting held with experts
A council of experts under the State Emergency Commission (SEC) was set up to develop scientifically and evidence-based recommendations for the response measures, policies and decisions being made by the SEC during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Vehicles submerged in Khuvsgul lake to be retrieved
In accordance with a survey made by some government organizations, there are more than 50 fuel trucks that have became submerged in deep water of the Khuvsgul Lake in Khuvsgul aimag of Mongolia since the 1950s, and 17 of them were retrieved at that time.
Project launches on disaster resilience
World Vision has launched a project on disaster resilience in Dundgobi aimag.
Joint statement by UN in Mongolia on 16 Days of Activism against Gender-based Violence
On the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, all 11 entities of the United Nations System in Mongolia reiterate the position that violence against women and girls and boys in private and public spaces is a grave violation of their human rights with profoundly detrimental impacts on their physical, psychological, sexual and reproductive health.
Mohammad Faisal Al-Mutairi: Transportation is the main problem in the expansion of Mongolia-Kuwait trade