- Coronavirus (Covid-2019)
26 January 2021 Press release
Trente et un nouveaux cas positifs à la Covid-19 ont été révélés ce mardi 26.Le bilan sanitaire de la Principauté s’élève donc à 1399 personnes touchées par le coronavirus depuis le début de la cri...Read more of Covid-19 : 31 nouveaux cas positifs et 20 guérisons ce mardi 26 janvier
26 January 2021 Press release
Le dispositif en vigueur depuis le 11 janvier dernier, comprenant notamment le couvre-feu entre 19h et 6h, arrive à échéance ce 27 janvier à minuit. S.A.S Le Prince Albert II a décidé deprolonger l...Read more of Covid19 – prolongation du dispositif jusqu’au 19 février inclus
24 January 2021 Press release
Twelve new positive cases of COVID-19 were identified on Sunday 24 January.This therefore brings the overall health figures for the Principality to 1,357 people affected by the Coronavirus since th...Read more of Covid-19 : Twelve New Positive Cases and Twenty-One Recoveries on Sunday 24 January
23 January 2021 Press release
Thirty-four new positive cases of COVID-19 were identified on Saturday 23 January.This therefore brings the overall health figures for the Principality to 1,345 people affected by the Coronavirus s...Read more of Covid-19 : Thirty-Four New Positive Cases and Twenty-Two Recoveries on Saturday 23 January
22 January 2021 Press release
Twenty-four new positive cases of COVID-19 were identified on Friday 22 January.This therefore brings the overall health figures for the Principality to 1,311 people affected by the Coronavirus sin...Read more of Covid-19 : Twenty-Four New Positive Cases and Twenty Recoveries on Friday 22 January
21 January 2021 Press release
Twenty-five new positive cases of COVID-19 were identified on Thursday 21 January.This therefore brings the overall health figures for the Principality to 1,287 people affected by the Coronavirus s...Read more of COVID-19: Twenty-Five New Positive Cases and Eight Recoveries on Thursday 21 January
Informations on Covid-19 in the Principality
In view of the rapidly changing nature of the Covid-19 epidemic, the Monegasque authorities have adopted a stance of constant vigilance and are maintaining regular contact with their French and Italian counterparts. The measures announced by the Prince’s Government are thus liable to change as the situation surrounding the disease develops.
www.covid19.mc – Informations from the Prince’s Government
On www.covid19.mc you can find all of the information available about the measures taken in the Principality of Monaco to limit the spread of the virus and recommendations for your health and daily life.
To prevent the spread of Covid-19, the following prevention measures should be adopted:
- Wearing a mask is compulsory in public places and waiting lines
- Wash your hands frequently (+ than 10 seconds)
- Avoid hugging and kissing
- Avoid handshakes
- Cough or sneeze into your elbow
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
- Avoid crowds, maintain a distance of 1,50 metre
- Avoid traveling in infected areas
- Use single-use tissues
- If you develop symptoms, contact your general practitioner
- In an emergency or if you have difficulty breathing, contact the emergency services directly on 112.
To enable the emergency services and Princess Grace Hospital to focus on their primary missions, Monegasque nationals, residents and employees can contact the centre to discuss any questions they may have about Covid-19 by calling:
92 05 55 00. The line is available seven days a week from 8 am to 8 pm.
The centre can also be emailed at the following address: email@example.com .