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Health authorities have reported the death of a 77-year-old Monaco resident who tested positive for Covid-19, marking the 38th related fatality in the Principality since the pandemic began.
On Thursday 23rd December, Monaco recorded 69 new cases of Covid-19, continuing an extremely high daily positive rate.
There has also been another fatality linked to the virus, a 77-year-old resident. It comes just days after the death of a 97-year-old resident earlier in the week.
Hospitalisations are also on the rise, with 21 patients now being treated at the Princess Grace Hospital Centre, including six residents. Four additional patients, all non-residents and unvaccinated, are currently in intensive care. The hospital has an eight-bed capacity ICU.
Meanwhile, the Home Monitoring Centre is following the health of a record 294 residents.
As Monaco’s Public Safety Department marks its 120th anniversary, the force has released crime figures for 2021, showing that Monaco’s ‘Safe city’ image has been well maintained in 2021.
The latest study on violence against women in Monaco has shown a decrease in incidents reported in 2021, however the minister for women’s rights says that the crime remains a “constant battle".
The International Day of Education was marked by the Nereides de Bourbon Group entering into a partnership with LutinX to bring education opportunities to displaced and underprivileged people.
Monaco will not introduce a vaccine pass, which has been deemed constitutional in France and will take effect on Monday 24th January. However, the pass will still be required for residents crossing the border.