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Tourism Office looks back at 2021

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Good Morning Monaco

Wednesday, April 6, 2022

Tourism Office looks back at 2021, forward to 2022
Officials from Monaco’s Tourist and Convention Authority told a meeting of leading figures in the hospitality sector that, as expected, the 2021 results were better than those for 2020, as pandemic restrictions eased…

Prince Albert visits Barclays Monaco exhibition
His Serene Highness Prince Albert visited Barclays’ Monaco Office in early February to view a display of memorabilia from Barclays over the years. Barclays is marking a century of banking in Monaco this year…

Monaco Luxury Group raises funds for Thomas Through its corporate foundation, the Monaco Luxury Group has raised 10,000 euros towards research targeted on helping local youngster Thomas Rodier (20), who has been diagnosed with degenerative eye disease…

Italian gourmets donate 5,400 euros for war victims  The Monaco branch of the Academia Italiana della Cucina (AIC) has raised 5,400 euros to help victims of the armed conflict in Ukraine… 

Record cold night gives fruit and wine growers no respite  Record low temperatures in many parts of France in the night from Sunday to Monday are expected to have caused severe damage to some fruit and wine production in the country…

Coronavirus indicators continue to rise
Thirty-six patients are in Princess Grace Hospital being treated for coronavirus symptoms, including 26 residents. There are no patients in intensive care… 

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