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Mongolia has limited flights to Irkutsk and Ulan-Ude due to coronavirus
Since March 3, Mongolia has decided to limit flights from Ulan Bator to Irkutsk and Ulan-Ude and vice versa. Measures were taken to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
According to the agency "Mongolia now", air traffic is suspended until March 11. Of the 12 flights to Irkutsk, Mongolia canceled seven, and also decided not to fly to Ulan-Ude on March 5 and 8.
The restrictions apply more to transit passengers. Citizens arriving in Mongolia through Russia from South Korea and Japan will only be able to enter the country through Genghis Khan Airport, the Suhe Bator Railway Station and the Altanbulag automobile checkpoint.