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13 January 2022

COVID-19: list of organisations covered by extension of health pass

Due to the significant resurgence of the epidemic, the Prince’s Government decided last week to extend the requirement to show a health pass to all those whose work is vital to the continuity of operations of certain companies or public bodies that provide essential services to the population. This measure enters into force on Monday 17 January. The aim is to ensure that the resurgence of the epidemic does not disrupt the economic and social life of the Principality of Monaco.

This extension applies only to people whose work is critical to the continuity of essential services. It does not therefore cover all employees of public or private organisations identified as critical to enabling the Principality of Monaco to function properly. It is up to the heads of these organisations to identify internally which staff are covered by the extension of the health pass.

The list of organisations affected is as follows:

- Prince’s Palace

- Ministry of State

- National Council

- Department of Justice

- Ministries

- Embassy of Monaco in France

- Monaco City Hall

- Monaco Cyber Security Agency

- Expenditure Control Authority

- Palace Guards

- Digital Transition Office

- Department of Health Affairs

- Department of Urban Amenities

- Civil Aviation Authority

- Government Communication Department

- Police Department

- Department of Maritime Affairs

- Digital Platforms and Resources Department

- Digital Services Department

- Information Technologies Department

- Department of Public Works

- Department of Budget and Treasury

- Public Buildings Maintenance Office

- Public Car Parks Office

- Public Treasury

- Banks

- Monegasque Bus Company (CAM)

- Comptoir Pharmaceutique Méditerranéen

- LTP Technologies

- Monaco Digital

- Monaco Telecom

- Société d’Exploitation des Ports de Monaco (SEPM)

- Monegasque Sanitation Company (SMA)

- Société Monégasque de l’Électricité et du Gaz (SMEG)

- Société Monégasque des Eaux 

- Telis

- Trafiparc

Last week, the Prince’s Government engaged in detailed consultations with all affected stakeholders to present this approach and the support measures that it plans to offer them.

 

 

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