Seven popular restaurants throughout the Principality are subject to closure from Friday, November 26, for not completely complying with strict mask-wearing rules that apply to restaurant employees in Monaco.
A post on the official gazette, the Journal de Monaco, on November 18 announced that these restaurants will face temporary administrative closure, lasting either four or seven days depending on the severity of their infractions.
The restaurants in question are: Le Neptune, Stars’n’Bars, Before Monaco, Cova, Quai des Artistes, Pulcinella and the restaurant of Thirty-Nine Monte-Carlo.
NEWS.MC called each restaurant to clear up the confusion, and contrary to what has been reported by other publications in Monaco, the restaurants will close from Friday, November 26, and not from the previous Friday, November 19.
Stars’n’Bars, Before Monaco, Cova, Quai des Artistes will all close for a period of four days, until Monday, November 29.
The restaurant of Thirty-Nine Monte-Carlo will close for seven days, until Thursday, December 2.
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