Monaco Covid 29 Update
Latest update as of June 4th 2020
Monaco further eases restrictions as of June 2nd .
As of June the 2nd, restaurants, cafes and bars are allowed to open in Monaco, whilst adhering to the government guidelines for health and safety measures with regard to C 19 prevention.
All staff will be wearing masks and strict hygiene standards are employed by each establishment as well as the required distancing between tables and number of allowed persons. Reservations are required in advance to book tables at all restaurants .
Some Monaco hotels are currently open ( Hotel de Paris, Monte Carlo Bay , the Fairmont and Novotel) with more to follow, whilst hotel swimming pools are waiting for government approval to re-open in the coming weeks.
Beaches are currently open for swimming and sporting activities.
Shops and offices are open as detailed below.
As of May the 4th, Monaco eased the lockdown restrictions, allowing businesses, shops, and salons in Monaco to re open, subject to strict adherence of government guidelines for receiving members of the public. Face masks must be worn inside any business premises and numbers will be limited according to the square metres of floor space. Appointments must be made in advance for any public visits.
Government offices are also open although appointments must be made in advance for meetings including for residency card applications, driving license applications, other administration matters. Residency card renewals must be submitted, to the Monaco government website with the required documents until further notice.
Schools will reopen on May the 11th.
Restaurants, cafes, bars, hotels, gyms, beaches, museums, and other leisure facilities remain closed until the government approves the reopening. This will be in phases and they are expected to gradually re open during the summer months – anticipated to start in June, subject to certain conditions and government guidelines .
The Monaco government will monitor the situation closely, and could slow or reverse the re opening of the above, should the health situation deteriorate.