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What's on in Monaco 15-21 Jul 2021

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July 15th Newsletter

Like a human being in the process of being turned into a wild beast. (1)

Monaco's opening up for summer, which is good news for the economy. But don't throw caution to the wind just yet. Covid numbers increased last week, apparently due to holiday-makers returning from Marbella, and Tuesday saw sixteen new positive cases. Keep in mind that residents who return from holiday can get a free PCR test.

On Monday evening President Macron announced that access to French shopping centres, restaurants, bars and long-distance trains will be limited to those who can prove they've been vaccinated or have a negative test. So now's a good time to apply for your Monaco Health Pass.

Nightclubs got the go-ahead to open last weekend, but to gain entry you have to make a reservation and be in possession of a health pass.

Jimmy'z plans to reopen next Thursday 22 July.

And finally...

The Mairie has organized family entertainment at Port Hercule until 22 August. There's a carousel, crazy karting, basketball, and of course swimming at Stade Nautique. Enjoy!

What's in the diary...


Thursday: Contemporary art salon.
Friday: Jamie Cullum for the Red Cross.
Saturday: Summer dance.
Sunday:  Mozart at the Palace.

(1) This week's quote is a description of the first experience of incarceration by British political activist Emmeline Pankhurst, born this day 1858.
 

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