I’m arriving from abroad, what do I need to do?

I’m arriving from abroad, what do I need to do?

Last update: 25/05/2022

Please note: this procedure does not apply in the case of access to locations and establishments in the Principality where a health pass is required.

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 documents:

  • A negative result of a PCR or antigen test dated within the last 24 hours
  • Full vaccination*:
    • *For the “COVID-19 Janssen Vaccine” 28 days after the administration of one dose
      For this vaccination course to continue to be considered complete, individuals must have received an additional dose of an mRNA vaccine no later than 9 months following administration of their initial dose. After this first 9 months, the vaccination course will be considered complete 7 days following administration of the additional dose
    • *For other vaccines, 7 days after the 2nd dose, or a single dose for those who have had COVID-19
      For this vaccination course to continue to be considered complete, anyone aged 18 or over must have received an additional dose of an mRNA vaccine no later than 9 months following administration of their initial dose. After this first 9 months, the vaccination course will be considered complete 7 days
  • A certificate showing proof of recovery from COVID-19: a positive PCR or antigen 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 one of the following documents:

  • A complete vaccination *:
    • * For the “COVID-19 Vaccine Janssen” vaccine, 28 days after the administration of a dose
      For this vaccination course to continue to be considered complete, individuals must have received an additional dose of an mRNA vaccine no later than 9 months following administration of their initial dose. After this first 9 months, the vaccination course will be considered complete 7 days following administration of the additional dose
    • * For other vaccines, 7 days after the administration of the 2nd dose or the single dose for people who have had covid19
      For this vaccination course to continue to be considered complete, anyone aged 18 or over must have received an additional dose of an mRNA vaccine no later than 9 months following administration of their initial dose. After this first 9 months, the vaccination course will be considered complete 7 days following administration of the additional dose
  • Proof of covid19 recovery certificate: positive PCR or antigen test more than 11 days old and less than 6 months old

 

NB: if the person coming from an orange zone cannot justify a complete vaccination or a certificate of recovery, he must comply with the following requirements:

  • Justify that his displacement is based on an overriding reason (personal or family, a health reason relating to an emergency or a professional reason that cannot be postponed)
  • Present the negative result of a PCR or antigen test of less than 24 hours
  • Consent to either :
    • to isolate themselves for 7 days on arrival in Monaco
    • to 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

 

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 on of the following documents:

  • A complete vaccination *:
    • * For the “COVID-19 Vaccine Janssen” vaccine, 28 days after the administration of a dose
      For this vaccination course to continue to be considered complete, individuals must have received an additional dose of an mRNA vaccine no later than 9 months following administration of their initial dose. After this first 9 months, the vaccination course will be considered complete 7 days following administration of the additional dose
    • * For other vaccines, 7 days after the administration of the 2nd dose or the single dose for people who have had covid19
      For this vaccination course to continue to be considered complete, anyone aged 18 or over must have received an additional dose of an mRNA vaccine no later than 9 months following administration of their initial dose. After this first 9 months, the vaccination course will be considered complete 7 days following administration of the additional dose
  • Proof of covid19 recovery certificate: positive PCR or antigen test more than 11 days old and less than 6 months old

 

NB: if the person coming from a red zone cannot prove a complete vaccination or a certificate of recovery, he must comply with the following requirements:

  • Justify that his displacement is based on an overriding reason (personal or family, a health reason relating to an emergency or a professional reason that cannot be postponed)
  • Present the negative result of a PCR or antigen test of less than 24 hours
  • Isolate for 10 days and perform a new PCR test at the end of the isolation period

 

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 or antigen 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.

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