Covid-19 Situation of Mongolia

Mongolia Coronavirus Daily Updates

As of February 15,  2022, the number of new coronavirus infections reached 888,363 in Mongolia.

FEB 15, 2022


Confirmed infections


Active cases



Covid-19 vaccination in Mongolia

I dose:

0 %
of all population (2,269,843 ppl)

II dose:

0 %
of all population (2,170,723 ppl)

III dose:

0 %
of all population (1,008,116 ppl)

Mongolia Travel Restrictions 2022 – Coronavirus (Covid-19)

Mongolia fully opens its borders to international travel. Covid-19 PCR test within 72 hours prior to entering is required for tourists coming to Mongolia and must have a proof of a “negative” result.


  • Tourists are allowed to enter Mongolia from 14th of February 2021 without quarantine. But that’s only for airline passengers.
  • The period of temporary suspension of passengers at land border crossings shall be extend until the end of March 31, 2022.
  • South Korea-Seoul, Japan-Tokyo, Thailand-Bangkok, Germany-Frankfurt- (via Moscow)
  • Lists of airlines doing international flights from & to UB/Ulaanbatar, Mongolia
    • MIAT and AERO MONGOLIA /UB – Tokyo, Japan – UB/
    • MIAT /UB – Seoul, South Korea – UB/
    • KOREAN AIR and ASIANA AIRLINES /Seoul, South Korea – UB – Seoul/
    • MIAT /UB – Frankfurt, Germany – UB/
    • TURKISH AIRLINES /Istanbul, Turkey – UB – Istanbul/
    • HUNNU AIRLINES /UB – Almaty, Kazakhstan – UB also UB – NurSultan, Kazakhstan – UB/
  • Passengers crossing the Mongolian border must have a PCR test for coronavirus infection (Covid-19) within 72 hours prior to entering the country, and must provide evidence of a “negative” result.
  • PCR is not recommended for infants or children under 6 years of age.
  • Mongolians and foreign nationals traveling to Mongolia are required to be fully vaccinated (2 doses) against coronavirus infection (Covid-19).
  • Individuals who do not have a WHO-approved vaccine are required to provide medical and other evidence of contraindicated in Covid-19 vaccine in their home country. Needless to say these individuals will need proof of PCR testing within 72 hours prior to entering the country.
  • If you have a “negative” test result within 72 hours, you will not be tested at the border.
  • You will not be isolated when you arrive. No Quarantine
  • COVID Insurance is not required when visiting Mongolia. But if you want to get insured, it is better to get the insurance in your home country voluntarily.
  • All service organizations are working according to their schedules.
  • The advisories being issued are wearing face masks, practicing social distancing, hand sanitizing, and being actively involved in COVID-19 vaccinations.
  • Contact a local health center. Those who test positive will be isolated for treatment.
  • Other members of the tour group shall not be isolated in the event of a negative test result.
  • Treatment is provided in accordance with the regulations in force in that country.
  • If you tested positive, you will be isolated in the nearest health center and get treated. Usually the period of isolation is around 7-10 days.
  • Tests are required depending on which country you return to and which airline you fly with.
    • For example, Turkish Airlines does not require a PCR test for passengers with 2 doses of vaccine.

  • PCR test is around 30-40USD (85000-115000 MNT)
  • Rapid test is around 7-10USD (20000-30000 MNT)
  • You can book mobile medical services with an additional fee in advance at your hotel.

Source: Operational headquarters of the State Special Commission