Monaco Life

No health pass, no entry from Monday 9th August

France's top constitutional authority has approved a health pass that limits access to restaurants and some transport to people who have been vaccinated, developed antibodies, or tested negative for the virus.

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“Life is Beautiful” with artist Houda Bakkali

Le Pinocchio will be featuring private viewings of the works of Houda Bakkali this month, inviting guests to experiment with augmented reality as they admire her special brand of visual art.

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Health Passes to be available for non-EU tourists

The French government has announced that tourists vaccinated outside the EU will be able to obtain a health pass from Monday as the country’s mandatory pass rule comes into force.

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CleanEquity rewards innovative green companies

A UK company behind ‘smart meter’ that breaks down electricity bills to the level of individual appliances was one of three award winners for innovation at this year’s CleanEquity.

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Sandrine Camia: Tourism was “positive” in July

Monaco managed to achieve strong tourism figures in the month of July, despite the constraints brought about by the Covid pandemic and the reintroduction of some restrictions.

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Vote for compulsory vaccinations set for mid-September

A bill on compulsory jabs for “certain categories of people” in Monaco is now under consideration by the Committee on Social Interests and Miscellaneous Affairs before going to vote in September.

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Monaco makes Covid vaccine available to all workers

Less than a week after opening its free vaccination programme to employees aged over 40, Monaco is now encouraging all workers in the Principality to get the jab.

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UK drops quarantine for travellers from France

After massive outrage by UK cabinet ministers, the 10-day quarantine on fully vaccinated arrivals from France has been scrapped.

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Cirque du Soleil postpones Riviera show, again

Cirque du Soleil’s latest offering ‘Corteo’, which was scheduled at the Palais Nikaia in mid-August, has been postponed once again due to health concerns.

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Female figures honoured in Monaco

Three roads in Monaco will be named after women who have contributed to the growth and influence of the Principality.

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What constitutes a health pass in Monaco?

Digital health passes are now mandatory for all foreigners wanting to eat out in Monaco, but what if your country hasn’t issued you a QR code, like the United States?

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Princess reveals October return to Monaco

Princess Charlene says she will return to Monaco by the end of October. In the meantime, she's teamed up with her husband’s foundation for a species-saving mission in South Africa.

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PACA reactivates ‘white plan’ amid 43% ICU occupancy

France’s Provence Alpes Côte d’Azur region will be implementing its ‘white plan’ in hospitals as it struggles to cope with the highest number of Covid patients in the country.

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Outrage over racial slurs against AS Monaco player

AS Monaco has filed a complaint over alleged racial abuse hurled at Aurelien Tchouameni during a Champions League qualifier match against Sparta Prague.

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Covid latest in Monaco

After weeks of rapid elevation, Monaco’s incidence rate has stabilised at 276. It comes amid the highest number of weekly Covid tests conducted here since the pandemic began.

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