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What's on in Monaco 25-31 Mar 2021

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March 25th Newsletter

Competitions are for horses, not artists.(1)

What's new

You must have heard by now that Monaco's Covid restrictions will remain in place until 2 April inclusive. Here at maBoum Mansion we were cheered to note that for the first time since mid-December there were no new cases registered on Sunday. Unfortunately France has not fared so well, and our neighbours in the Alpes Maritimes are once again in lockdown. Expect ramped up border checks and hoop-jumping if you need to travel.

In brief

Chief of Staff of the Alpes-Maritimes, Benoit Huber, has expressed the hope that the region's population will all be vaccinated by summer.

Why isn't there a bookshop in Monaco? Monaco Hebdo investigates and interviews Charlotte Casiraghi.

Monte Carlo Tennis Masters has published a PDF list of this year's competitors, including the top three Djokovic, Medvedev and Nadal.

There are now nearly 1000 CCTV cameras watching the streets of Monaco.

Dolceacqua (Italy) has become the latest town to twin with Monaco, joining Lucciana (Corsica) and Ostende (Belgium).

And finally...

The cloudy skies and cold winds of March will hopefully give way to better weather now that spring has arrived. And don't forget that on Sunday morning the clocks move forwards by an hour so we can look forward to lighter evenings. Enjoy!

What's in the diary...

Thursday: BHN ladies' talk.
Friday: Cherry blossom fundraiser.
Saturday: It Must Be Heaven.
Sunday:  Schoenberg string quartets.

(1) This week's quote is the from Hungarian composer and pianist Bela Bartok, born this day 1881.

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