Special delivery service to limit movements in the Principality.
In view of the rapid spread of the Covid-19 outbreak, the Prince's Government, acting on instructions from H.S.H. the Sovereign Prince, decided on Saturday 14 March to order the closure of all non-essential public places, including restaurants. In order to limit your movements, you should place orders by phone and have food shopping delivered directly to your home. It is still possible to order food to take away or for delivery, but it is strongly recommended to avoid all contact.
As a result, some restaurants have set up special delivery services. The Carlo app lists all of the outlets still preparing our favourite dishes to take away or for delivery during the lockdown: carloapp.com
Following the measures adopted by the Prince's Government, the La Condamine and Monte-Carlo markets remain open (every day from 7 a.m. to 3.30 p.m.), but it is no longer possible to purchase food for consumption on site. This restriction will apply until further notice. Orders may be placed with market traders until 12.30 pm, with delivery until 2.30 pm, seven days a week.
In addition, in order to limit movements and provide a solution for older people, the delivery service has been expanded. Traders are now taking deliveries by phone, and free home delivery services have been reinforced with assistance from volunteers from the Monaco Red Cross. Delivery drivers have been instructed to leave parcels outside customers' front doors, and vehicles are disinfected after deliveries. The traders of Monte-Carlo and La Condamine markets.
Visit www.covid19.mc for more information about the measures taken in the Principality to limit the spread of the virus, along with recommendations for your health and everyday life.