The curfew between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. will remain applicable for two additional weeks in Monaco, as will the compulsory use of telework. But the Principality has decided to release ballast again on Monday, ahead, once again, on its French neighbors.
It will in particular allow the practice of sport indoors and the possibility of offering breakfasts and later services in restaurants, already reopened for several weeks with a strict health protocol.
“The circulation of the virus is declining”
Food shops, only accessible to residents, hotel guests and employees (except in the evening) will now also be able to open from 6 a.m. to 11 a.m. And “the service provided until 9:30 pm will be extended until 10 pm”, specifies the princely government. The stores will also see their gauge go from 6 m2 to 4 m2 per customer.
The sports halls will be able to reopen with the obligatory wearing of the mask and the setting up of a reservation service to limit the crowds. Contact or combat sports will not be allowed at first.
“The health situation shows that overall, the circulation of the virus is declining,” notes the government to justify these new measures. Before modifying: “This slowdown is much slower than last fall, which means that we must remain vigilant”. In one month, the incidence rate was divided by three, but rose slightly last week, to 86.05 from 62.5 the week of April 12 to 18.