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    LOW MEDICAL RISK for Monaco
    INSIGNIFICANT TRAVEL RISK for Monaco


COVID-19 Impact

COVID-19 virus imageCOVID-19 Impact Rating (Travel): Low -

Inbound travel is broadly possible with some inconvenience; restrictions affect a limited range of travellers.

Restrictions in place for a limited range of originating countries / nationalities arriving in country.  Mandatory testing and quarantine in designated facilities may apply.

COVID-19 virus imageCOVID-19 Impact Rating (Domestic Operations): Low -

COVID-related precautions and restrictions causing some inconvenience to business operations. Most businesses are operating.

Both essential and non-essential businesses are operating, though outbreaks may impact medical and/or logistic factors  and cause disruption, often at short notice. Pre-existing security risks likely to be exacerbated by COVID-19-related political and socio-economic concerns in the near/medium term, though these disruptions will not affect the stability of the overall security environment. Elective surgery may not be accessible at times and VERY HIGH and HIGH Medical Risk Rated countries will be under pressure. Basic elements of BCPs – such as reduced or staggered staffing, social distancing, limited face to face interaction – may be active, with clear escalation and de-escalation triggers as well as mitigation measures.

RestrictionsInboundRegardless of nationality, anyone who wishes to enter from a country outside Europe or a country within Europe that has recorded more than 60 cases per 100,000 people in 14 days (areas marked red or dark orange on the map found here: www.ecdc.europa.eu/en/cases-2019-ncov-eueea) must contact the COVID-19 Call Centre (on 92.05.55.00 from 08.00 to 20.00 or at covid19@gouv.mc) as soon as they arrive in Monaco and provide the following information: first name and surname, nationality, residence or address in Monaco, employment status, country they are arriving/returning from, date of departure, date of return/arrival, phone number and email address.

Testing requirements

All travellers aged 11 or above must supply evidence of a negative PCR test carried out in their country of origin 72 hours before their arrival in Monaco or agree to undergo a PCR test in Monaco and self-isolate until the result is available. The PCR test must be carried out in a medical biology laboratory (Fontvieille laboratory in Monaco or a laboratory that features on this list: https://sante.fr/recherche/trouver/DepistageCovid).

In the event of a positive PCR test result or a refusal to submit a test, quarantine measures will be imposed. The Department of Health Affairs will make a decision, as quickly as possible, on the action to be taken by the person concerned.

All travellers aged 11 or above arriving from South Africa, Argentina, Brazil, Chile or India must, in addition to the PCR test carried out less than 72 hours:

- Either isolate for seven days and perform a new PCR test at the end of the isolation period
- Or present the negative result of two new PCR tests, the first carried out within 24 hours of arrival and the second carried out five-to-seven days later

Exemptions
- Commuter workers, pupils and cross-border students.
- Residents of the French departments of Alpes-Maritimes or Var staying in Monaco for less than 24 hours.
- Professionals from companies established abroad travelling to Monaco to perform a service the urgency or frequency of which is incompatible with testing requirements, provided that they are not accommodated in Monaco.
- Road transport professionals entering Monaco in the exercise of their activity for a period not exceeding 24 hours.

Full rules and exemptions can be found at https://covid19.mc/en/thematiques/transports-et-voyages/
(Until further notice)
OutboundThe government recommends not to travel to the French Department of the Alpes Maritimes except for compelling reasons.
(Until further notice)
Internal / DomesticA nationwide curfew is in effect from 00.00 to 06.00. Exemptions will apply for work, health and family reasons.

Restaurants can reopen for citizens, residents, people working in Monaco and hotel guests with strict sanitary measures. They must close by 23.00. A maximum of eight people can sit at each table. Bars and cafes can remain open until 20.00. A certificate is required for customers out until 00.15. This will be provided by the restaurant to prove they have dined there.

Wearing a mask is compulsory in all public spaces, as well as in all enclosed spaces open to the public and common areas of private spaces.

Gatherings in public spaces are limited to ten people.

Conferences can accommodate a maximum of 1,000 people.

Teleworking is no longer mandatory, though it is strongly recommended.

Further information can be found here: https://covid19.mc/en/measures-from-12-06-21/#7031
(Ends 20 June 2021)

19 Jun 2021 (Updated Daily)





Risk Summary

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Please see our:

Medical and Security Alerts for Monaco

COVID-19 information for Monaco

Dedicated COVID-19 website

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There are no significant risks in Monaco. A low risk from opportunistic street crime, primarily petty theft, remains a concern.

This information is intended as a summary of the travel security environment; however, the risks can change at short notice during a crisis or evolving situation. Please check our travel security alerts to ensure you are informed of the most recent developments.

STANDING TRAVEL ADVICE

Vaccinations For Monaco
Hepatitis AMany travel health professionals recommend
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Hepatitis BRecommended for health care workers and anyone
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Routine Vaccinations

 
 
 
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