Larvotto reopening to go ahead despite… plus more
Good Morning Monaco Tuesday, June 1, 2021
With just a month ago to its long-awaited reopening, the new Larvotto Beach will open at the beginning of July despite some unfinished details.
The Principality, under the leadership of His Serene Highness the Sovereign Prince, is committed to a process of reducing its waste and aims for zero single-use plastic waste by 2030.
Tests carried out over the previous six days to Sunday, May 30, show that the benchmark infection rate per 100,000 population now stands at 7.82. The 3,042 tests were PCR and antigen and included non-residents.
Continuing to play a role in world rugby, the Principality is set to host the final Olympic rugby qualification event ahead of Tokyo ‘2020’, which will actually be held this year after the pandemic postponed the Olympic games.
The Top Marques team last week unveiled the only NASCAR driven by a French racing driver, Michel Disdier, at the Collection of Cars of HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco.