Thanks to an unprecedented arsenal of health, economic and social measures, Monaco is tackling the COVID-19 crisis head on.
To contain the spread of the virus in the Principality, the Monegasque Government has, since the beginning of the crisis and on the instructions of the Head of State, announced a package of social distancing measures to limit people’s contacts and movements to an absolute minimum.
On 29 October, H.S.H. Prince Albert II additionally announced the introduction of a curfew from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. starting on 1 November. The curfew will be in place for a month, during which shops and restaurants in the country will be allowed to stay open “with some specific modifications”, while “the entire school and university system will continue to operate in compliance with preventive rules,” said the Prince.