COVID-19 Travel Restrictions in the Principality of Monaco

On Tuesday 11 March the Principality of Monaco prohibited any cruise stopovers in its port or territorial waters until April 30. The cruise tourism season was due to resume on March 23 and no fewer than 25 ship arrivals meaning between 15 and 20,000 passengers were scheduled to dock by the end of April. 
Any private or commercially registered yachts of 24m and above must now submit a Declaration of Health for their crew and passengers 48 hours prior to arriving in the Principality. A copy of the Health Declaration can be downloaded here. At present, yachts are not restricted on entry or departure to/from Monaco. Yachts subject to Ship Sanitation Control are advised to ensure they have a valid certificate on board.
Persons using Helicopter companies which serve the Principality from a risk zone should expect to have their temperature checked prior to boarding.
Monaco’s CAM bus service will now be subject to twice daily disinfection until next week. Hand Sanitizing gel will also be made available on board buses in the Principality.
Further information on COVID-19 in the Principality can be found here.


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