Monaco opens free vaccination to all its foreign employees
This was a wish expressed by Prince Albert II when he received the first doses of vaccine at the end of last year. At the beginning of this summer, and while the Delta variant is circulating in Monaco as well as on the entire Côte d'Azur, the government announced on Thursday evening that all Monegasque employees will be able to benefit from free vaccination in the Principality.
Vaccination will now be extended to all employees in the Principality under conditions that will be specified in the coming days", said a press release on Thursday.
a government press release said on Thursday.
The vaccination will be free for foreign employees in the Principality and will be accompanied by a European health passport similar to that issued in France.
As a reminder, the Principality's single screening and vaccination centre was moved to the Rainier III Auditorium this summer.
Only the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is administered.
Monegasques and residents over the age of 12 who have not yet been vaccinated are invited to do so as soon as possible," continued the government, "because only vaccination provides effective protection against the virus for each individual and for the community.
On Thursday, Prince Albert II decided to continue the easing of health measures begun a few weeks ago in Monaco by authorising, "in a controlled manner, the resumption of dancing and musical activities for the restaurants concerned and nightclubs".