Prince Charles confirmed positive for novel coronavirus

Prince Charles confirmed positive for novel coronavirus

The Clarence House has announced that the Prince of Wales has tested positive for the coronavirus. The 71-year-old Prince Charles shows mild symptoms of the virus, but according to the spokesman, he is in good health although the tests are positive.

The Prince and Camilla are currently self-isolating in Balmoral. From what the Buckingham Palace has confirmed, the Queen last met with her son, the heir to the throne on March 12 and is also in good health.

The palace added that the Duke of Edinburgh was not present during the meeting, but the queen is now following all legitimate advice regarding her well-being.

Clarence House has stated that the prince is now self-isolating at home in Scotland, according to state and medical advice.

The tests were carried out by the NHS in Aberdeen Shire and all criteria required for the tests were defined. At the moment it may be impossible to keep track of whom the prince got the infection from because he had a high number of engagements during his public role in the past few weeks.
It was Sunday when the Duke and Duchess arrived in Scotland. Then Charles showed mild symptoms that weekend and was tested by the NHS in Aberdeen Shire on Monday. On Tuesday evening, he received the results that showed that he was positive.

The prince is still working in good health and good mood. The 71-year-old heir to the throne last saw the Queen on March 12. Before that, however, they had long-term contact during the Commonwealth Daily Service.

The queen herself is in good health. He moved with the Duke of Edinburgh to Windsor last week after moving from his usual home in Sandringham, Norfolk.

Given their ages of 93 and 98, they are very vulnerable and care should be taken not to be endangered by this virus, which claims a high mortality rate in the elderly. Their home is not that big, but it is certainly big enough to isolate themselves while following government and medical advice.
During their isolation phase, they were provided with some staff and Charles is expected to recover from the symptoms within a few weeks.

To track down and track the other infection, the controller is now pursuing his last public engagement on March 12, the day he last saw the queen during dinner, to support Australia’s efforts to fight and restore bushfire. He has also worked from home in the past few days and has had several private meetings with High Grove and the Duchy of Cornwall people.

Everyone has been made aware of this and should now be isolating. In addition, some domestic workers isolate themselves in their residence on the Balmoral estate after alleged contact with the prince in their home.

However, Charles has also worked from home in the past few days and has held a number of private meetings with people from Highgrove and the Duchy of Cornwall, all of whom have been made aware of this.

Charalotte Griffith is assignment Journalist at Chroniclex, Charalotte has covered Business, Politics and many other beats in her Journalism career and is currently living in Cleveland for more than 15 years. Charalotte has appeared periodically on national television shows and also has published her articles many regional publications such as Huffington Post and Mashable etc.

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