The sanitary measures in force
The sanitary measures in forceLast update: 03/09/2021
Wearing a mask outdoors is compulsory for anyone over 5 years old. However, it is not compulsory to wear the mask on the beaches and around swimming pools.
- However, it is strongly recommended that masks are worn in private areas, especially when a person from outside the home or a vulnerable person is present.
Since Monday 23 August, the Health Pass in Monaco will be extended to all populations as specified below:
All people over the age of 18 who are on the list below and who wish to consume inside restaurants and bars in Monaco must present a valid Health Pass:
- Employees (only employees, not members of their household)
- Students of the Principality
- People staying in a hotel establishment in the Principality or staying on a ship anchored in one of Monaco’s ports
However, these people can consume outside on restaurant and bar terraces without presenting a valid Health Pass.
Note: People aged under 18 who are part of the above list are not required to present a valid Health Pass to access the interior and the terrace of restaurants and bars by September 23.
- All people over the age of 16 who are not on the list above and who wish to consume inside or on the terrace of restaurants and bars in Monaco must present a valid Health Pass.
- Booking is required in restaurants and there is maximum of 10 people per table (seated service)
- There must be a distance between tables in restaurants of at least 1 metre on the terrace and 1.5 metres inside
- A reasonable musical ambiance is authorised (without dancing), limited to 74 db
- The nightclubs are open since Saturday 10 July, the following conditions must be respected:
- All customers must have booked in advance and have a valid health pass (including Monegasques and residents)
- A limit on capacity equivalent to the number of seats available will be applied in each establishment
- It is obligatory for staff to wear a mask while serving
- For customers, wearing a mask will be required in the queue. However, it will no longer be compulsory inside the establishment
- Like restaurants, theatres and casinos can once again welcome the public
- The audience capacity for halls and congresses is increased to 70% of seats with a maximum limit of 1,000 people, an exemption being possible on presentation of a specific health protocol
Please note: all persons coming from a foreign country are still subject to the conditions of entry into the national territory.
- Indoor sport may resume in compliance with a strict health protocol:
- Mask must be worn by participants and teachers, hydroalcoholic gel must be provided and a booking system must be put in place to regulate the number of sportspeople present
- In sports clubs, the resumption of activity will be carried out by applying the protocols drawn up by managers and approved by the Department of Health Affairs
- For contact and combat sports, only reathletisation is possible. Full resumption will take place later
- For water sports for which it is impossible to wear a mask in a wet environment, sailing is authorised, as is solo rowing
- Private sports lessons with a coach are allowed
- Outdoor sports are allowed
- Physic Education in schools will be provided in accordance with the health measures decreed by the Prince’s Government
- Indoor and outdoor swimming pools may be opened in accordance with a health protocol to be established with the Department of Health Affairs for each infrastructure
- Jacuzzis, hammams and saunas must remain closed
- Teleworking is no longer compulsory, but is strongly recommended
- Public services remain open
- Shops may open with a limit of one person per 4 m²
- Banks, construction sites and businesses continue to operate
- Establishments that are open to the public may open (museums, exhibition halls, etc.)
- Hotel establishments may open
- Visits to care homes may take place, with temporary suspension of residents’ outings
- Religious establishments may open: with an attendance limit of one person per 6m²
- Funeral ceremonies are authorised
- Gatherings in a public place are limited to 10 people