The State Emergency Commission's operating team reports a total of 8,498 citizens from 30 countries returning from readiness, limiting border mobility and stopping trade flights due to concerns regarding the outbreak of the coronavirus. Among these, there were 3,488 passengers chartered by the government on 18 airlines, and 5,010 people returning by car and rail. More than 900 professionals from the organization of the operations were also involved. "The percentage of its citizens repatriated from abroad is actually second behind Germany, compared with the entire population," says the SEC. Germany has repatriated approximately 240,000 people, 0.28 per cent of its population, from foreign countries. Mongolia's population has grown from abroad to about 0.27 per cent, about the same as Germany. SEC reports that the list of nations which have brought the highest percentage of the population in the home country from abroad continues to range from 0,001 per cent to 0,22 per cent with France, Russia, Turkey, Australia, SouthKorea, United States, Pakistan, Canada, Japan and India. On 3 February, a COVID-19 repatriation campaign was launched from Wuhan, China, in response to COVID-19 restrictions, where 31 Mohammedans arrived home on a charter flight operated by the MIAT Mongolian Airlines. Some 11,275 Mongolians currently have requested the return of 46 countries to the country. They have been stuck abroad. In the next few days, about 560 Mongolians from Russia shall enter Russia organized and stay in hospital isolation for 21 days and 14 days at home for further isolation. In addition, discussions are undertaken with China to bring 164 Chinese Mongolians across the Zamyn-Uud border control point. By 26 May, 1.248 citizens had been cautiously and compulsory isolated, 790 in isolation centres in the capital city and 480 in isolation installations across the country.