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The news in Monaco 1 April 2020

News from Monaco

Today's roundup of headlines:

Gouvernement Princier

31 March: L'Etat monegasque aux cotes des travailleurs impactes
The Government's measures designed to support workers during the crisis include: 1) Chomage Total Temporaire Renforce (CTTR), by which the State reimburses up to 80.6% of the salary for workers who are laid off. If the employer pays the remaining 20% this will be exempt of social charges. 2) Those earning up to 1800 euros receive 100% of their salary. 3) Self-employed workers can claim 1800 euros per month. 4) Holiday pay for temping staff. 5) Rents on state premises will be reimbursed for March and exempt for the next 3 months. 6) Loans for SMEs. 7) Teleworking is now the norm. Justification is needed otherwise. 8) Sacking staff is prohibited except for proven gross negligence.

31 March: Trois nouveaux cas positifs reveles a Monaco
The total number of people who have tested positive has risen to 52, two of whom have recovered. Eleven are hospitalised, two in intensive care. 90 people with few symptoms are being monitored at home.

Le Gazette de Monaco

31 March: Le Prince "invite le Conseil national a demontrer une veritable solidarite avec son gouvernement"
Prince Albert calls on the Conseil National to show unity with the Government during the crisis.

31 March: Le Prince declare gueri
Prince Albert's doctors have authorised an end to his period of quarantine.

Monaco Hebdo

1 April: Coronavirus a Monaco, la solidarite s'organise
A brief overview of mutual aid and solidarity initiatives, including Facebook groups and the Red Cross

L'Observateur de Monaco

1 April: Lumiere sur la virtuosite d'Eugene Frey
A "guided tour" of the Villa Paloma exhibition of Eugene Frey's work, used for the Opera de Monaco.

Monaco Tribune

31 March: Vivez l'Ocean depuis chez vous grace au Musee oceanographique.
How to virtually visit the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco on social networks, using #VivonsLocean.

Diocese de Monaco

1 April: Lauds
Lauds sung live from the Cathedral this morning. The 18:00 mass will be screened at 21:30 on Monaco Info.

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