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What's on in Monaco 27 Feb-4 Mar 2020

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February 27th Newsletter

I wish indeed it might become the Women Voters' hymn. (1)

What's new

Monaco is to introduce new regulations for bicycles and personal transport equipment. From the end of March push-bike riders will be allowed to use bus lanes, and cyclists under 18 must wear a helmet (also recommended for adults). Motorised trottinettes will also be allowed on the road, cycle and bus lanes, and again, riders under 18 must wear a helmet as well as reflective or hi-viz clothing. Electric scooters will have to be fitted with brakes, a horn, lights and reflective material and cannot be ridden on the pavements.

The two women admitted to hospital on Monday have happily tested negative for the Coronavirus Covid-19, but the Government asks us all to remain vigilant. If you think you've been infected, do not go to hospital, nor to the doctor's surgery. You should remain at home and phone emergency services on 18 or 112. A specialist at the hospital will be alerted and get back to you.

And finally, don't let the virus keep you from enjoying your last opportunity to go ice-skating this weekend. The rink closes on Sunday.

What's in the diary ....

Thursday: The Limboos.
Friday: Embroidered icons.
Saturday: Monaco v Reims.
Sunday: Into the Arctic.

For lots more suggestions, visit maBoum's 7 day listing and enjoy your weekend.
(1) This week's quote is by English composer Hubert Parry, born this day 1848. It refers to perhaps his most famous work, Jerusalem. 

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