Covid19 - Vaccination and testing

Covid19 - Vaccination and testing

28 JULY 2022

With the summer holidays upon us, complete with a high number of positive COVID-19 cases, the Prince’s Government was keen to make it easier for patients to access the testing and vaccination centres.

Testing now available without an appointment

Monegasque nationals and residents can now visit the Testing Centre at the Rainier III Auditorium without an appointment between 8.30 am and 5 pm, Monday to Friday.
Non-resident employees and pupils attending school in the Principality can also take advantage of this offer provided that they have a medical prescription.

Book appointments online

Patients who would like to get tested or vaccinated can now make an appointment online via the website
Online appointment booking is open to Monegasque nationals and residents, and non-resident employees and pupils attending school in the Principality.

If you would like to make a vaccination appointment for children aged 5 to 11 years inclusive, please visit the website vaccination-covid19.gouv.mcand go to the section "Ask to be phoned back for an appointment" to complete the parental consent procedure.
The health authorities strongly urge people aged over 60 and those with an increased risk of serious disease to get a second vaccine booster shot (fourth dose). Vaccination is voluntary and completely free.

The Government has made two types of vaccine available to willing patients: a messenger RNA vaccine (Pfizer) and a vaccine which contains no messenger RNA (Novavax).

For more information about testing, vaccination or current health regulations, you can consult the covid19.mcwebsite or contact the COVID-19 Call Centre on, open from 9 am to 5 pm, seven days a week.