New Health Measures Announced In Monaco For Historic Grand Prix

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Nancy Heslin   Forbes Monaco

New Health Measures Announced In Monaco For Historic Grand Prix

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The government has just announced that from Monday, April 19 and until Monday, May 3, curfew will begin at 9 pm and end still at 6 am.

From these dates, restaurants can serve dinner until 9:30 pm but only for Monaco residents or Monaco hotel guests (the restaurant can stay open until they finish serving clients at 10 pm).

In potentially a sign of how things will operate for the E-Prix and Grand Prix later next month, 6,500 Monaco residents, employees and hotel guests will be able to attend the Historic Grand Prix on April 24 (qualifying races) and 25 (race day) at preferential ticket rates. No alcohol can be sold or consumed in public.

Additionally, it was confirmed that outdoor school sports can pick up again from April 26.

12,094 residents (31.82% of the population) have been vaccinated with their first injection. Monaco received 5,850 doses of Pfizer on Tuesday which will open the vaccination window for residents aged 45 to 54. A letter will be sent out shortly.

The incidence rate per 100,000 people has dropped to 121.05 (vs 315 in Nice/Alpes-Maritimes and 408 in France). As of tonight, France has vaccinated more than 22% of the population with 12 million people having received their first shot.

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Nancy Heslin   Forbes Monaco

Nancy Heslin is an established journalist and lifestyle writer. She has been the Editor-in-Chief of Forbes Monaco magazine (bimonthly in English) , since the magazine's 2nd issue . Launched in November 2018, Forbes Monaco is part of the Forbes family, with its 7 million readers and 71 million monthly website visitors worldwide.