Measures from 31/05/21

Measures from 31/05/21

Last update: 01/06/2021
  • Curfew from 11:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m.
    • Exemption from the curfew mainly for professional, medical, family reasons, or to take pets out for a short time


  • The restaurants are open for lunch and dinner services, however there are certain conditions:
    • For lunch and dinner, the establishment can only accommodate, upon presentation of proof:
      • Monegasque people or people residing in Monaco and hotel guests in Monaco
      • People carrying out a professional activity in Monaco and members of their families living under the same roof
      • Students and people educated in the Principality
      • Club and casino players subscribers
    • Reservation is compulsory in restaurants and tables of 6 maximum
    • Restaurant service can again be continuous between 3 pm and 7 pm
    • Evening service will be provided between 7 pm and 11 pm. A traffic exemption for customers is planned until 11:15 p.m. maximum. They must bring a certificate which will be given to them by the restaurateur proving that they have been dined
    • Food-delivery activity is authorized between 6 am and 11 pm
    • Distance between restaurant tables of at least 1.5 meters
    • Authorization of a reasonable musical atmosphere (without dancing), limited to 74 db


  • Bars and cafes have their opening hours extended. On-site bar, snack, drink, breakfast, ice cream and tea or coffee shop activities are permitted from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. provided they are served at the table.
    • Access is authorized :
      • For customers of Monegasque nationality or residing in Monaco and hotel customers in Monaco
      • People carrying out a professional activity in Monaco and members of their families living under the same roof
      • Students and people educated in the Principality
      • Club and casino players subscribers
    • Tables must be limited to 6 guests. There must be a space of 1.5 meters between the table
  • Like restaurants, theaters and the casino can again welcome the public until 11 pm. The public reception level for rooms and conferences is increased to 70% seat occupancy with a maximum limit of 1,000 people, an exemption being possible on presentation of a specific health protocol


  • Wearing a mask is compulsory throughout the public space, as well as in all enclosed spaces open to the public and common areas of private spaces
    • The obligation to wear a mask does not apply to children under 5 years old and to people practicing outdoor sports. However, they must have a mask in their pocket if necessary.
    • Strong recommendation to wear a mask in private space, especially in the presence of a person outside the home or a vulnerable person
    • Strong recommendation to limit cigarette, coffee or meal breaks to several people and to adopt a static position in such a situation
    • On the beaches, the obligation to wear a mask is lifted subject to strict compliance with a minimum distance of at least 1.5 meters between two people who do not belong to the same group. Groups cannot exceed six people


  • Resumption of indoor sport while respecting a strict health protocol:
    • Wearing a mask by practitioners and teachers, presence of hydroalcoholic gel and implementation of a reservation system to regulate the number of athletes present
    • In sports clubs, recovery will take place by applying the protocols developed by officials and validated by the Department of Health Action
    • For contact or combat sports, only re-athletic training is possible. Full recovery will take place later
    • For water sports for which it is impossible to wear a mask in a humid environment, sailing is authorized as well as solo rowing
    • Private sports lessons with a coach are allowed (see conditions)
    • Outdoor sport is allowed (see conditions)
    • Maintaining a closed session for professional clubs
  • At school, outdoor sport with a strict protocol resumed since Monday April 26, 2021
  • Indoor and outdoor swimming pools can be opened by observing a sanitary protocol to be established with the Directorate of Sanitary Action for each infrastructure
  • Jacuzzis, hammams and saunas remain closed


  • Teleworking remains compulsory in the private and public sector until 13 June 2021 at least
  • Schools are open with the obligation to wear a mask maintained for those over 5 years old
  • Public services remain open
  • Shops open but respecting the curfew hours, and a one-person footfall for 4 m²
  • Banks, construction sites and businesses continue to operate
  • Museum, exhibition halls … are open to the public but respecting the curfew hours
  • Hotels are opened
  • Visits to EHPADs with temporary suspension of outgoing possibilities for residents
  • Worship establishments are open : one-person attendance gauge for 6 m²
  • Funeral ceremonies authorized
  • Gatherings in public space limited to 10 people
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