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Last update: 10/11/2020

The health authorities have noted that nearly half of all infections occur at large family parties. It is therefore strongly recommended to avoid big gatherings of friends or family, adhering to a maximum of six people and visiting only when absolutely necessary for health reasons or to provide assistance.

The probability that an infected person will infect the other people in their household is very high.

Toutefois, vous pouvez prendre des précautions en adoptant les gestes barrière valables ailleurs :

However, there are precautions you can take by adopting barrier measures valid elsewhere:

  • wash your hands
  • cough into your elbow
  • clean the most regularly used surfaces

If you strongly suspect an infection, do not share meals and use different bathrooms if you can.

During this period while they are shut down, cultural organisations all over the world are offering the opportunity to discover their creations, exhibitions, performances and more online.

Find out what organisations in Monaco are offering.

Oceanographic Museum
The Oceanographic Museum is offering a virtual tour of the museum.
It is also posting games, information, competitions and other activities to its social media pages every day.
www.facebook.com/oceanoMonaco 

MAP
The Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology is sharing games, puzzles, information and colouring pages via its social media accounts.
twitter.com/map_monaco
www.museedanthropo.mc

NMNM
The NMNM is inviting the public to discover the works in its collections that have been acquired over the last 10 years.
fr-fr.facebook.com/nmnmonaco

OPMC
The musicians of the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra are offering the chance to listen to performances they are recording at home.
www.opmc.mc

Opera
The Monte-Carlo Opera is broadcasting its operas in episode format.
www.opera.mc

Monaco Town Hall
Monaco Town Hall has a range of activities and cultural links to keep you and your whole family busy.

For the duration of the lockdown period, the media library is increasing the number of videos that can be viewed on demand via the ARTE VoD Digital Media Library from 10 to 30 films for all subscribers. Children can check out the My Little Media Library, the children’s offering from ARTE VoD.
www.mediatheque.mc

On Monaco Info
The Department of Cultural Affairs is producing a daily presentation about an artwork on display in the city, which is being shown during the Monaco coronavirus programme at 7 pm every evening.

Performances by the Ballets de Monte-Carlo will also be broadcast.

Audiovisual Institute
Subscribe to the Monaco Audiovisual Institute’s newsletter to receive the short films shown during the All the Art of the Cinema screenings.

Monaco Philosophical Encounters
For a philosophical break, either for yourself or your children as they prepare for their baccalaureate exams, theMonaco Philosophical Encounters are offering lots of videos on their YouTube channel.
The Philosophical Encounters have created the Philosophical Anti-Virus series. Throughout the lockdown period, philosophers, intellectuals and historians will be invited to reflect on the crisis and discuss what we are going through.

A mutual aid group has been set up on Facebook for Monaco residents during the lockdown period.

The aim of the group is to make it easier for Monegasque residents to help each other during the mandatory lockdown.

You can check out the offers of assistance or add new ones via the following website: https://www.aides-monaco.info

Yes, subject to compliance with the prevention measures set by the Government.

Weddings can be held at City Hall with a maximum of 15 people in attendance (including the couple, witnesses and relatives).

Marriage files can only be drawn up by appointment (Phone: 93 15 28 66).

 

The health authorities have noted that nearly half of all infections occur at large family parties. It is therefore strongly recommended to avoid big gatherings of friends or family, adhering to a maximum of six people and visiting only when absolutely necessary for health reasons or to provide assistance.

Wearing a mask is also recommended when you are around vulnerable people or those from outside your household.

Since more than half of infections occur in private settings, you are advised to wear a mask when people from outside your household visit you or if a vulnerable person lives with you.

Yes, you can provide assistance to a member of your family without proof of need to travel.

Throughout the month of November, you will be able to discover shows at the single price of 5 euros *, by reservation. The programming and times of the performances are adapted to enable you to attend in accordance with the regulations in force.

This program is part of the “Culture et Vous à Monaco” operation organized by the Direction des Affaires Culturelles, in collaboration with the Grimaldi Forum, the Monte-Carlo Opera, the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra, the Ballets de Monte-Carlo, the Princess Grace Theater, the Audiovisual Institute of Monaco and the museums of the Principality. Entrances to museums and exhibition halls are free for the duration of this operation.

 

* on remaining seats only for the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra.

Yes, but subject to conditions. Homes will be organising the resumption of family visits maximum three times a week by appointment. Please contact homes for details of practical arrangements.

Meetings outdoors must comply with health measures, including mask wearing and reasonable social distancing.

This is not prohibited, but we strongly recommend that you take the same health precautions at home as you would in public. All gatherings of more than six people remain prohibited.

Whether you are with friends or family, you are strongly advised to maintain social distancing as well as the wearing of masks to avoid facilitating the spread of the virus, which is still out there.

No. From now on, visits are suspended in all the Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics departments, unless authorised by the head of department.  However, they are still authorised, under certain conditions and in strict compliance with barrier measures, in the psychiatry and gerontology sectors.

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