Above the current status of the actual impact of COVID19 in the Principality of Monaco as of Tuesday May 23rd 2020 at 20:57.
We keep the numbers updated daily based on official statements by the Government.
De-confinement Phase 3 to begin on June 1st
MONACO DE-CONFINEMENT PLANS
As of May 18th, 2020 voluntary tests will be offered for residents of Monaco at two locations at no cost.
You can read more about the process and schedule to get tested here
Phase 1: May 4th, 2020
- all shops (one person / 4m2), except cafes, restaurants, hotels
- places of worship (1.5 m safety distance + mask)
- hairdressing salons, beauty salons or treatment rooms by appointment only
- private and public worksites
- continuation of take-out sales (with queue regulation)
- resumption of normal service at the Compagnie des Autobus of Monaco
- ban on cruise ship calls
- authorized exits from the port for private boats
- partial resumption of traffic at the Heliport (private charters)
- finally, resumption of activity within the Public Service, nevertheless continuing to favour teleworking and remote video conferencing. However, the administrations called upon to welcome the public will reopen their doors.
Phase 2: May 11th, 2020
Resumption of progressive and partial activity in schools, favouring classes with exam challenges and obeying a strict framework of respect for health standards: compulsory masks for teachers and students, no school canteen, operation in half-groups , no sports lessons.
The school calendar is as follows:
- May 11: return of high school students (classes of 1st, Terminale and BTS)
- May 18: schoolchildren return (6th, 3rd and AIS classes)
- May 25: return of primaries (CP and CM2 classes)
- All other classes do not return and continue educational work at a distance
- No reopening of kindergartens, nurseries and the Music Academy.
Phase 3: June 1st 2020
From the beginning of June, and only if the sanitary conditions observed during the first two phases allow it, the Government is ready to consider the reopening of:
- Restaurants and cafes
- Games rooms
- Exhibition halls
- Sporting activities (especially individual outdoor sports)
- Beaches and swimming pools
- Sports halls
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