***Monegasque residents and citizens returning to Monaco from abroad***
**Persons planning travel to Monaco**

***Tout ressortissant monégasque souhaitant regagner son domicile
à Monaco depuis l'étranger
Toute personne souhaitant voyager à Monaco ***

What you need to know - COVID-19

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Travelers returning to Monaco should contact the Embassy to alert us that they are in the USA or Canada and trying to return home / toute personne qui souhaite voyager à Monaco est priée de contacter l'Ambassade.

Beginning June 25th, all travelers returning to Monaco - regardless of nationality - and are arriving from outside of the European area (EU member states, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Iceland, San Marino, Andorra, the Vatican) must report their arrival to the health authorities in Monaco by contacting the Covid-19 Call Center* and may be required to self-quarantine for a period of 14 days, per the Princely Government's current requirements. Further information on this policy as well as contact information for the Direction de l'Action Sanitaire can be found here:

English - Procedure for Travelers Entering Monaco

Français - Procédure à appliquer aux personnes entrant sur le territoire de la Principauté.

Please note that travelers who have tested negative for Covid-19 within 72 hours of their arrival in Monaco - and offer written proof - can be exempted from the quarantine order. For those who have not been tested prior to arrival in Monaco, the Covid-19 Call Center can provide testing locations and authorizations. More information can be found at https://covid19.mc/en.

More information and resources can be found here: Covid19-Travel

*The Covid-19 Call center is open Monday - Friday from 9am until 5pm. Tel: (+377) 92.05.55.00; email: covid19@gouv.mc

The French Government now requires all international travelers arriving into or transiting through France, including those returning to Monaco, to complete the attestation de déplacement dérogatoire and an honor statement/ déclaration sur l'honneur on absence of Covid-19 symptoms to be presented to your airline and to border officers upon arrival.

PDF versions of the form in French and English may be downloaded here:

Attestation Statement
Attestation de déplacement international vers la France Déclaration sur l'honneur - absence de symptomes
Attestation for Travel from abroad into France Honor Statement on Absence of Symptoms

Complete information Covid-19 travel restrictions in France, including a link to submit the attestation via a smartphone, can be found on the website of the French Interior Ministry.

Travelers returning to Monaco should contact the Embassy alert us that they are in the USA or Canada and trying to return home.

Travelers are also encouraged to consult the webiste of the French Consulate/Embassy responsible for their current location :

USA: https://fr.franceintheus.org/spip.php?article6493

Canada: https://ca.ambafrance.org/-Francais-

Travelers should continue to consult their airline for up to date information on flight availability and cancelations.

*** Air France is currently on a reduced schedule from the USA and only flying to Paris-CDG from Atlanta, Boston, Chicago - O'Hare, Los Angeles (LAX), New York-JFK, and San Francisco. This reduced schedule has been extended through October, with addional flights added in August and September. Their current schedule can be accessed by clicking here.***

Air France updates their US operaitng status often and can be accessed by clicking here.


Current information on Coronavirus/COVID-19 and measures taken in Monaco
may be found at the following sites:

The Princely Government's website in French and English

The Princely Government's Twitter accounts @GvtMonaco (French) and @GovMonaco (English)

The Embassy of Monaco's Twitter account @MonacoEmbassyDC