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What's on in Monaco 11-17 Feb 2021

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Feb 11th Newsletter

We will make electricity so cheap that only the rich will burn candles.(1)

What's new

Yet more new measures to contain Covid were put in place on Monday. Teleworking is now obligatory where possible, and public gatherings are limited to six, down from ten. In large public spaces such as churches and shops, the person to area ratio has changed from 1 per 4m2 to 1 per 6m2 and if you generally go shopping en famille, you'll be limited to just two per trolley.

Chef Yannick Alleno has joined Monte Carlo SBM. He plans to bring his Paris Pavyllon concept to the Principality, replacing the Vistamar. Initially the current restaurant's outdoor terrace is to be renovated and a new Mediterranean menu introduced. In 2022 it will reopen under the Pavyllon name, with a glazed terrace and a more gastronomic carte.

In brief

The Gazette de Monaco has an article on how the Covid home-monitoring service works.

Both Monaco Hebdo and Observateur de Monaco have information on how the vaccination program is progressing.

Arrow Burger fast food delivery service on the Rock reopens today after being closed for a week for breaking Covid regulations.

Monaco company Cruiseline, the online booking website, is hoping the cruise industry will be up and running again at Easter.

And finally...

This weekend you should be thinking about luurve. It's Saint Valentine's Day on Sunday and the British Association is organizing a lunch on Friday (see What's in the diary below). If you'd rather have a romantic dinner, Club Vivanova has joined forces with the Fairmont to offer lovers a 4-course dinner with wine on Saturday, followed by one night in a sea view room with continental breakfast. Price is 450 euros and you can book the deal here: Club Vivanova 13 Feb 2021. Enjoy!

What's in the diary...

Thursday: Vivanova wildlife charity lunch.
Friday: British Association Valentine's lunch.
Saturday: Accordion concert.
Sunday:  Classical concert.

(1) This week's quote is a statement about the electric light bulb, made by America's infamous inventor, Thomas Edison, born this day 1847.

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