The Principality’s public health status is showing steady signs of improvement. As of this Friday, the 13th of May, the Prince and his government decided to come to the conclusion that it is no longer necessary to wear masks when inside.

In everyday words, the wearing of masks will no longer be necessary for either personnel or customers in stores and other locations inside the Principality that seem to be accessible to the public.

Masks are still required for everyone over the age of 5 to wear while travelling in public transportation, cabs, and chauffeur-driven cars, as well as health care institutions and housing facilities for the elderly.

Additionally, it is still strongly suggested that persons at danger or those attending big events wear a mask whenever they are in enclosed spaces.

Expressing their satisfaction with the proposal, the National council stated that they believed it to be in keeping with the needs and desires of the general community.

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