Mongolian PM resigns over inhumane treatment of woman and newborn at quarantine center
Ulan Bator: After fierce anti-government protests and violent protests, Mongolian Prime Minister Khorles Okhna has resigned, acknowledging his failure to contain the Corona epidemic.
Hundreds of anti-government protesters took to the streets in front of parliament as the Corona epidemic in Mongolia spiraled out of control, according to the World News Agency. Kneeling in the face of public outcry, Mongolian Prime Minister Khorles Okhna resigned. The protests were against the inhumane treatment of a woman and her newborn at the quarantine center. The woman had confirmed Corona and did not want to leave the newborn alone.