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What's on in Monaco 2-8 Apr 2020

Staying home in Monaco and Monte Carlo

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April 2nd Newsletter

An old and rugged Positivist. (1)

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Welcome to our third coronavirus newsletter. How are you all coping? Mr maBoum and I have settled into a routine, shopping twice a week, walking when the weather's fine, skipping (jump-rope) on the balcony when it's not.

We've been following developments in the Principality with our daily roundup of news headlines. Since last week, confirmed Covid-19 cases have risen to 52, although a number of untested, suspected cases are being monitored at home. Restrictions on our movements will remain in place at least until 15 April, which means there'll be no Easter Egg hunts in the park. If you're missing the religious celebrations, Monaco Diocese are transmitting the rites live from the Cathedral.

The good news is that Prince Albert has recovered. The bad news is that the Tokyo Olympics have been delayed for a year until 23 July 2021. So we're taking sport as our weekend theme and have linked to four of our all time favourite achievement on YouTube to keep your spirits up. Enjoy!

What's in the diary ....


Thursday: 1972 uneven bars.
Friday: 1973 Barbarians.
Saturday: 1976 on ice.
Sunday: 1998 Les Bleues chez eux.

Stay safe and enjoy your weekend.

(1) This week's quote is by French writer Emile Zola, born this day 1840, referring to himself in 1893. 

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