Is there a curfew in Monaco during the COVID-19 pandemic?

Is there a curfew in Monaco during the COVID-19 pandemic?

The Principality of Monaco currently has a curfew in place from 7.00pm to 6.00am, with limited exemptions.

When should I call 111 for my child during COVID-19?

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Are COVID-19 tests 100% reliable?

No test is 100% reliable, even those who meet regulatory standards for performance and safety. The results are also only relevant to that sample at that point in time.

Does ibuprofen increase the risk of COVID-19?

Expert Working Group concludes there is currently insufficient evidence to establish a link between use of ibuprofen and susceptibility to contracting COVID-19 or the worsening of its symptoms.

Why should schools open during the COVID-19 pandemic?

Opening schools for in-person learning as safely and quickly as possible, and keeping them open, is important given the many known and established benefits of in-person learning. In order to enable in-person learning and assist schools with their day-to-day operations, it is important to adopt and diligently implement actions to slow the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19 inside the school and out in the community.

Can COVID-19 outbreaks occur in schools?

Some outbreaks have occurred in schools, leading to closures. Significant secondary transmission of SARS-CoV-2 infection can and does occur in school settings when mitigation strategies are not implemented or are not followed. When outbreaks occur in school settings, they tend to result in increased transmission among teachers and school staff rather than among students.

Will COVID-19 transmission increase in winter?

COVID-19 will be co-circulating with seasonal flu and other viruses, and transmission may increase over the winter period. Many viral illnesses – including flu and COVD-19 – present with similar symptoms initially, so we may see, for example, increased demand for COVID-19 tests.

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