At a meeting this week of the Joint Monitoring Committee, which brings together Government ministers and leaders of the National Council – sport was one of the topics raised.

At the meeting at the Ministry of State, the elected representatives raised concerns about the predicament of sports associations that have been unable to operate and sports professionals in Monaco who have been unable to work due to coronavirus restrictions.

They asked the Government to consider their situation if and when the health situation improves.

Meanwhile, the meeting heard that the CARE (Commission d ‘Support for Economic Recovery) meeting dealt with 80 cases on November 25. Two new meetings are due to take place during December.

CTTR (Reinforced Total Temporary Unemployment) was paid to 5,954 employees for 645 employers during October. An increase of 400 beneficiaries during the month of September was recorded for a total cost of 4.5 million euros.

The number of job seekers remained stable from September to October at 923 people (+5).

An assessment of the first effects of the recovery plan will be carried out at the beginning of December. As for teleworking, it will continue to be highly recommended at the beginning of next year. The next Joint Monitoring Committee will meet on December 11.

PHOTO: The entrance to the National Council building on the Rock