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Following the incident at Collège Charles III on Wednesday 7 February and the symptoms reported by various students on Thursday 8 February, the Government decided to temporarily close the school as a precaution. On Friday morning, a series of additional analyses and tests were carried out to explore all possible hyp...Read more
On February 5th, H.E. the Minister of State Pierre Dartout, brought together institutional representatives, private stakeholders, and the local press to unveil the Government's roadmap for the attractiveness policy.Alongside Frédéric Genta, Monaco’s Secretary in charge of Attractiveness and Digital Transformation, a...Read more
On Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 February, Port Hercule will be the starting point for several events of the Monaco Run 2024, including the first-ever Mont Agel trail (More information: https://www.monacorun.com/ ). Disruptions to traffic, parking and bus schedules are expected.Road closures Quai Albert I: Thursday 8...Read more
The inauguration of the new Police Department building on 26 January marks a decisive turning point for the Monegasque police. The Department is now equipped with more spacious and modern premises that enable staff to carry out their missions in optimal conditions.Despite a period punctuated by relocations and worki...Read more
Despite the symptoms reported today, the authorities have not identified any objective, health-related or medical indicators that point to a contamination of facilities at Collège Charles III.While multiple tests conducted throughout the building came back negative for toxicity, the Government has decided, as a prec...Read more