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The government has extended the curfew to midnight and is letting foreigners dine in Monegasque restaurants, however it has stopped short of lifting mandatory masks outdoors.
In its two-weekly assessment of the health measures in force in Monaco, the government on Wednesday took further steps to lift restrictions currently in play.
The curfew has been moved back to midnight, while restaurant patrons have an additional 15 minutes to return home.
The wearing of masks remains mandatory outdoors, despite a call from the National Council to remove the measure.
Restaurants are allowed to welcome customers from the Alpes-Maritimes department in France and Liguria in Italy as far as San Remo. The number of guests allowed per table has been increased to eight, and table spacing has been reduced from 1.5 to 1 metre.
There are no restrictions on the opening times of cafés.
Working from home is no longer mandatory, however it is still strongly encouraged.
“Employers and employees must use common sense to assess what should be implemented in the company,” said the government in its communication.
The new measures take effect from Saturday 12th June.
Masks will no longer be mandatory in Monaco from Saturday, with the exception of a few tourist hotspots like Casino Square.
Masks are no longer mandatory outdoors in France from Thursday, while the curfew will be dropped completely come this Sunday.
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