Record number of Covid cases, foreign residents, children’s rights …
Update on the important facts of the news this Wednesday, November 24, 2021.
45 positive Covid cases in one day – This is a sad record unveiled yesterday Tuesday, November 23: 45 people have tested positive for Covid-19. This had not happened since the start of the pandemic. The Principality’s health record therefore amounts to a total of 3,612 positive cases. It should also be noted that the incidence rate is climbing dangerously: it has almost doubled in one week (198.17 on Monday 22 November against 106.91 on Monday 15 November).
Meeting of foreign residents of Monaco – 140 different nationalities coexist within the Principality: a great diversity which was honored during a conference given on November 22. Minister of State Pierre Dartout was invited by the CREM (Club of Foreign Residents of Monaco) to discuss the situation of foreign residents in Monaco.
International Children’s Rights Day – On November 20, 1989, the United Nations General Assembly signed the International Convention on the Rights of the Child. To attend this event, on Monday, November 29, Prince Albert II and the Princess of Hanover will participate in an evening dedicated to fundraising for children’s rights. The film “Go Go” will be screened in the presence of the feature film’s heroine, the “oldest schoolgirl in the world”.
Collection at the Condamine Market – Come and drop off your backpacks, sneakers, scarves, gloves and hats on Thursday 25 and Friday 26 November for the benefit of the association Sowers of Hope Monaco.