A total of 25,930 people have received the first coronavirus jab in the Principality, accounting for 67.6 percent of those eligible – over the age of 12. Meanwhile, 21,952 have received a second jab, accounting for 84.66 percent of those who had their first jabs, as of Thursday, August 26.

Meanwhile, in France 64.5 percent of the total population have been fully jabbed, with 71.7 percent having had their first jab as of Saturday, August 28.

In France as a whole, the benchmark infection rate per 100,000 people has fallen below 200. The benchmark infection rate in the Alpes-Maritimes continues to be higher than the national average, but has been falling steadily. It was 355 on Sunday, August 29, according to Public Health France. Monaco’s latest figure is due to be published on Monday, August 30.