by the Team


MONACO. The Ministry of Health and Social Affairs is keeping up to date with the situation – as a member of the World Health Organization, Monaco receives information in real time, within the framework of the International Health Regulations, of the measures to be taken as this situation develops.  The Department of Health Affairs is also monitoring the information provided by the French and Italian Health Ministries.

If you develop symptoms (a high fever and respiratory symptoms such as a cough or shortness of breath), please contact the emergency services directly on 18 or 112.

To avoid infecting others, please do not visit your normal doctor or the Accident and Emergency Unit.

Monegasque nationals, residents and employees can contact the centre to discuss any questions they may have about COVID-19 by calling (+377) 92 05 55 00. The line will be open every day from 9 am to 6 pm. The centre can also be emailed at the following address:  .

Employees returning from risk areas must send this document to:


Here is a link to the risk areas, frequently updated:

Asia: Chine Hong Kong Macao Taiwan Singapur Thaïlande Japan Korea Malayse Iran Bahreïn Vietnam  – Europe: Italy : Lombardy – Veneto – Emilia-Romagna – Marche – In Piedmont : provinces of Alessandria, Asti and Turin only – Saint-Marin Suède Norvège Danemark Autriche Germany Würtemberg Bayern Nordrhein-Westfalen – France Haute Savoie: Les ContaminesMontjoie and La Balme-de-Sillingy -Oise: Crépy-en-Valois and Creil – Haut-Rhin: Mulhouse – In Morbihan: Auray, Crach and Carnac – Bourgogne-Franche Comt : le Doubs – Corse: Ajaccio – Occitanie: Aude – Normandy: Calvados – Switzerland -Tessin – Vaud – Geneva – Bâle and Zurich – Spain: Madrid – Andalousie – Pays Basques – Castille-La Mancha – Castille & Leon – Catalogne – La Rioja – Valence – Netherlands – America – United States – Washington and Washington city – New-York and New York city – California – Massachusetts

Signed Dr Eric VOIGLIO Médecin Inspecteur de Santé Publique Direction de l’Action Sanitaire


The Prince’s Government decides to close crèches and educational establishments on Monday, April 16th

Italian measures do not impact cross-border workers in the Principality: On Monday, March 8 evening, the Italian Government announced that the “protected area” would be extended to cover the entire country. This measure prohibits people from travelling except for reasons of health, work or other necessity.

Nearly 4,200 Italians work in the public and private sectors in Monaco.

The Prince’s Government has been in contact with the Italian authorities to determine the scope of these measures and can confirm that they do not affect the numerous employees resident in Italy who commute to work in the Principality of Monaco every day.

The vast majority of Italian nationals come from the Ventimiglia region, which has never been included on the list of risk areas.

The Prince’s Government has also obtained assurances from the French authorities that workers from Italy will be able to travel through French territory. The Alpes-Maritimes prefecture has confirmed that the French–Italian borders remain open, so there are no restrictions on access to France.

The Prince’s Government has also informed social partners of these guidelines, which should not result in any changes to everyday life for workers travelling from Italy or their employers.

The Prince’s Government remains in constant contact with the Italian and French authorities to assess any potential developments in the situation.

Concerning Monaco-Italy relations in a detailed way we follow up the comunication from  A.I.I.M. – Associazione degli Imprenditori Italiani del Principato di MonacoL’Annonciade17, av. De l’Annonciade 98000 Monaco tel/fax: 00377 93504490


“We inform you that on March 12e morning the AIIM delegation comprising the President Giovanni Paolo Risso, the Vice-President Dario Cassano and the Councilor Stanislao Smurra were received by the Ambassador of Italy H.E. Cristiano Gallo.

About Italian employees in the Principality of Monaco regarding the current health situation the Ambassador reported on the 12 March 2020 “Décision Gouvernementale”. The Monegasque government authorizes and advises, where possible, remote work for employees including frontier workers. Therefore, Italian employees able to operate in this way must respond positively to the request of the Monegasque government.

Furthermore, also on March 12, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) issued a press release according to which, currently, there is no evidence that food is the likely source or route of transmission of the coronavirus. Therefore, production and circulation of Italian agri-food products on foreign markets are active and guaranteed.”



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