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Tighter restrictions coming in Alpes-Maritimes…plus more

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Tighter restrictions coming in Alpes-Maritimes…plus more

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Good Morning Monaco – Monday, February 22, 2021

Minister promises tighter restrictions in Alpes-Maritimes

On a visit to Nice on Saturday, French Minister of Health Olivier Véran said that stronger restrictions are needed to fight the rapid spread of coronavirus in the department that neighbours Monaco.

Mayor blames vaccine shortage for likely local lockdown The Mayor of Antibes, Jean Leonetti, has criticised the decision to lock down the most populous parts of the Alpes-Maritimes department for the next two weekends – a decision that he said has already been taken but not yet announced…

Monaco has inoculated 21% of population
By the end of Thursday, February 18, 20.59 percent of the population of the Principality had received their first coronavirus jab, a total of 7,825 individuals. In addition, 60.75 percent of those had also received their second dose.

Monaco issues appeal for caution

The Monaco Government issued an appeal late on Thursday for Monegasques and residents to behave with caution and responsibility during the two-week winter school holidays that started on Friday, February 19. (Originally sent as a News Update on February 20)

Eight new cases, five recoveries on Sunday 

Eight Monaco residents tested positive for coronavirus on Sunday, while five residents were declared to be fully recovered.

Magic Monaco topple Paris

For years it hadn’t seemed possible, but on the evening of February 21 As Monaco took on Paris Saint-Germain on their home ground of the Parc des Princes, and won.

This Week in Monaco
February 22-28 
DULY NOTED: The French authorities will announce new restrictions for the neighbouring Alpes-Maritimes department on Monday morning. Watch this space.

The French meteorological office has issued a yellow warning for high winds in the area from the early hours of Monday until late afternoon.  

On a visit to Nice on Saturday, French Minister of Health Olivier Véran said that stronger restrictions are needed to fight the rapid spread of coronavirus in the department that neighbours Monaco.

Mayor blames vaccine shortage for likely local lockdown The Mayor of Antibes, Jean Leonetti, has criticised the decision to lock down the most populous parts of the Alpes-Maritimes department for the next two weekends – a decision that he said has already been taken but not yet announced…

Monaco has inoculated 21% of population
By the end of Thursday, February 18, 20.59 percent of the population of the Principality had received their first coronavirus jab, a total of 7,825 individuals. In addition, 60.75 percent of those had also received their second dose.

Monaco issues appeal for caution
The Monaco Government issued an appeal late on Thursday for Monegasques and residents to behave with caution and responsibility during the two-week winter school holidays that started on Friday, February 19. (Originally sent as a News Update on February 20)

Eight new cases, five recoveries on Sunday Eight Monaco residents tested positive for coronavirus on Sunday, while five residents were declared to be fully recovered.

Magic Monaco topple Paris
For years it hadn’t seemed possible, but on the evening of February 21 As Monaco took on Paris Saint-Germain on their home ground of the Parc des Princes, and won.

This Week in Monaco
February 22-28 
DULY NOTED: The French authorities will announce new restrictions for the neighbouring Alpes-Maritimes department on Monday morning. Watch this space.

The French meteorological office has issued a yellow warning for high winds in the area from the early hours of Monday until late afternoon.  

Good Morning Monaco – Monday, February 22, 2021

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