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Patrice Cellario, Minister of the Interior, accompanied by Isabelle Bonnal, Director of National Education, Youth and Sports, welcomed Étienne Franzi, President of the Compagnie Monégasque de Banque (CMB) to celebrate a new partnership at the Lycée Technique et Hôtelier de Monaco (LTHM).
LTHM has been equipped for some months with 16 iPad Airs for its restaurant application. The app allows for innovative and more efficient order taking, ensuring optimal service to the many customers of the Cordon d’Or restaurant on site.
Orders are instantly transmitted to the kitchen for the preparation of the dishes, a procedure that considerably reduces waiting time for customers.
On Tuesday, February 13, Jean-Marc Deoriti, Principal at LTHM, presented the benefits of the new technology in the learning and professional practices of LTHM students to the various stakeholders in this innovative partnership.
Le Cordon d’Or is the training restaurant of the Monaco’s Vocational and Catering School, located at 7 allée Lazare Sauvaigo, which is open for lunch during school term Monday to Friday, from 00:15 pm to 2 pm, and dinner on (7:15 pm to 9:30 pm) and Friday (9:15 pm to 10 pm). Reservations can be made from Monday to Friday from 9 am to 3 pm – lunch: +377 98 98 89 25 and dinner: +377) 98 98 89 29.
St. Paul’s Anglican Church has started making online videos of their weekly sermons in English, so parishioners don’t have to miss out during the lockdown.
The National Council says it wants to keep the Condamine and Monte-Carlo markets open, despite the closure of all food markets this week across France.
The government has added psychologists to the team at Monaco’s Covid-19 call centre as a growing number of people seek advice on how to cope with isolation and fear.
The National Council is calling on the Prince’s government to create a makeshift hospital in preparation for a surge in coronavirus cases in the Principality.