The confinement measures announced yesterday by the Government of Monaco aim to reduce the spread of Covid-19. Although movement is strictly limited, people are stil allowed to leave their homes to obtain supplies.

 

Unlike the rules on French territory, currently no justification is required for leaving your home. However, checks will always be carried out to ensure public safety so that health rules are respected.

The main supermarket chains remain open and provide a regular service with a stable supply of foodstuffs.

Grocery shops, bakeries and butchers can also remain open if they wish.

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Deliveries

Large chains offer their own delivery service, which can be a solution for people who have difficulty moving around. Waiting time has increased due to the increased demand, but the service remains functional.

Monaco City Hall has also extended its meals-on-wheels delivery service to all residents over 70 years of age and to frail people. Meal trays consist of a starter, main course, cheese, dessert and bread at the rate of 9 euros for lunch and 15 euros for lunch and dinner. The local teams can count on the support of the Monegasque Red Cross.

A delivery service for non-food items has also been set up, in particular for pharmaceutical products.

You will find below information on the delivery services.

  • Monaco City Hall delivery service: 93 15 22 99 from Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 6pm. For non-food delivery, contact 97 97 68 00 (Monday to Friday from 9am to 6pm).
  • Mr Room Service: This is a specific delivery for confinement, with a choice of complete meals or food products delivered to your door. Order online or by phone.
  • Houra: Groceries online.

 

Markets

The Condamine and Monte-Carlo markets are open, but the on-site catering service is suspended until further notice. In order to limit travel, Monegasques are being asked to order by telephone and receive home delivery of groceries. Orders can be placed with shopkeepers until 12.30pm and delivery will be assured until 2.30pm seven days a week. If you are travelling to do your shopping, please respect a distance of 1.5 metres between you and other people. The closing time of the Marché de la Condamine is 3.30 pm.