I’M ARRIVING IN MONACO FROM ABROAD

I’M ARRIVING IN MONACO FROM ABROAD

Last update: 06/07/2021

Green zone: European Union Member States; Andorra; Iceland; Liechtenstein; Norway; San Marino; Switzerland and the Vatican; Albania; Australia; Bosnia; Canada; Hong Kong; Israel; Japan; Kosovo; Lebanon; Montenegro; New Zealand; Northern Macedonia; Saudi Arabia; Serbia; Singapore; South Korea; Taiwan; United States; Vanuatu.

Orange zone: orange zones are comprised of countries that are not classified in the green and red zones.

Red zone: Afghanistan; Argentina; Bahrain; Bangladesh; Bolivia; Brazil; Chile; Colombia; Costa Rica; Democratic Republic of Congo India; Maldives; Namibia; Nepal; Oman; Pakistan; Paraguay; South Africa; Russia; Seychelles; Sri Lanka; Suriname; Uruguay; Zambia; French Guyana

Regardless of nationality, anyone aged 16 or over, who wishes to enter the Principality must be able to present all the documents required for their zone of origin (green zone, orange zone, red zone) on arrival.

Regardless of nationality, anyone aged 16 or over, who wishes to enter the Principality from a foreign country that is classified in the green zone, must present one of the following three documents:

  • A negative result of a PCR or antigen test dated within the last 48 hours
  • Full vaccination*:
    • *For the "COVID-19 Janssen Vaccine," 28 days after the administration of one dose
    • *For other vaccines, 7 days after the 2nd dose, or a single dose for those who have had COVID-19
  • A certificate showing proof of recovery from COVID-19: a positive PCR test taken more than 11 days ago and within the last 6 months

 

NB: The above-mentioned documents are not required, provided that the following persons are not staying in accommodation in Monaco:

  • Residents of the French departments of Alpes-Maritimes or Var
  • Residents of the Province of Imperia in Italy
  • Commuter workers, pupils and cross-border students
  • Professionals from companies established abroad coming to the national territory to perform a service the urgency or frequency of which is incompatible with the performance of a PCR test or an antigen test
  • Road transport professionals coming to the national territory in the exercise of their activity

 

Regardless of nationality, anyone aged 16 or over, who wishes to enter the Principality from a foreign country that is classified in the orange zone, must present a negative result of a PCR or antigen test dated within the last 48 hours and one of the following two documents:

  • Full vaccination
  • A certificate showing proof of recovery from COVID-19: a positive PCR test taken more than 11 days ago and within the last 6 months

NB:  if a person arriving from an orange zone cannot show proof of a PCR test, and a full vaccination or a certificate showing proof of recovery from COVID-19, they must follow the entry procedures applicable to persons arriving from a red zone.

Regardless of nationality, anyone aged 16 or over, who wishes to enter the Principality from a foreign country that is classified in the red zone, must present the following documents:

  • Any relevant document proving that the trip is for a compelling reason (personal or family reasons, emergency health reasons or professional reasons that cannot be postponed)
  • A negative result of a PCR or antigen test dated within the last 48 hours

 

In addition, persons arriving from a red zone undertake to:

  • Either isolate themselves for 7 days on arrival and carry out a new PCR test at the end of their isolation period
  • Or present the negative result of two new PCR tests, the first carried out within 24 hours of their arrival and the second carried out 5 to 7 days later

 

In the case of non-compliance with the entry procedures, persons will be subject to a quarantine imposed by the Director of Health Affairs.

The quarantine period can be cut short if the person undergoes the necessary tests to establish that he or she is not a carrier of the virus.

In the event of a positive PCR test or a refusal to undergo a test, quarantine measures will remain in place.

In the event that symptoms develop, everyone covered by this procedure should immediately contact the COVID-19 Call Centre on 92.05.55.00 (from 8.00 am to 8.00 pm 7 days a week) or 18 or 112 outside these hours.

Regardless of nationality, anyone aged 16 or over, who wishes to enter the Principality must be able to present all the documents required for their zone of origin (green zone, orange zone or red zone) on arrival.

Anyone from a foreign country that is classified in the green zone, must present:

  • Either a negative result of a PCR or antigen test dated within the last 48 hours
  • Or a full vaccination* :
    • *For the "COVID-19 Janssen Vaccine," 28 days after the administration of one dose
    • *For other vaccines, 7 days after the 2nd dose, or a single dose for those who have had COVID-19
  • Or a certificate showing proof of recovery from COVID-19: a positive PCR test taken more than 11 days ago and within the last 6 months

 

Anyone from a foreign country that is classified in the orange zone, must present a negative result of a PCR or antigen test dated within the last 48 hours and one of the following two documents:

  • A full vaccination
  • A certificate showing proof of recovery from COVID-19: a positive PCR test taken more than 11 days ago and within the last 6 months

 

NB:  if a person arriving from an orange zone cannot show proof of a PCR test, and a full vaccination or a certificate showing proof of recovery from COVID-19, they must follow the entry procedures applicable to persons arriving from a red zone.

 

Anyone from a foreign country that is classified in the red zone, must present the following documents:

  • Any relevant document proving that the trip is for a compelling reason (personal or family reasons, emergency health reasons or professional reasons that cannot be postponed)
  • A negative result of a PCR or antigen test dated within the last 48 hours

 

In addition, persons arriving from a red zone undertake to:

  • Either isolate themselves for 7 days on arrival and carry out a new PCR test at the end of their isolation period
  • Or present the negative result of two new PCR tests, the first carried out within 24 hours of their arrival and the second carried out 5 to 7 days later

 

Procedure to be followed by receptionists:

  • When someone arrives at a hotel, the receptionist ensures that the person is able to present all the required documents according to the zone from which they are coming (green zone, orange zone, red zone)
  • If the person is not able to present the requested documents, access to the hotel will be refused
  • In the case of a person who has been ill while travelling, or is currently ill: ask them to self-isolate in their room and contact a local doctor. If the person refuses, call the COVID-19 Call Centre (from 8.00 am to 8.00 pm 7 days a week) on 92.05.55.00 or the Fire and Emergency Service on 18 or 112 outside these hours
  • If the person has been ill within the last 14 days, and is not able to present the required documents relating to their area of origin, they will be denied access to the hotel

 

In the event of a positive PCR test, quarantine will be imposed by the Director of Health Affairs, which may not exceed 10 days (the costs incurred by this quarantine will be borne by the person concerned).

In the event that symptoms develop, individuals should immediately contact the COVID-19 Call Centre on 92.05.55.00 (from 8.00 am to 8.00 pm 7 days a week) or the 18 or 112 outside these hours.

Pleasure craft with a home port outside Monaco can now make a port of call in Monaco once again.

Yachts with a crew should submit a medical declaration of health to the Marine and Airport Police Division of the Police Department 48 hours before making a port of call.

All ships wishing to call in Monaco comply with the health protocol decided by the competent authority.

Below, the procedure for accommodating a ship at anchor in Monegasque waters or at quay in a port of Monaco.

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