The coronavirus is spreading rapidly worldwide. Several prominent personalities have also been infected – now also with the British Royals.
Queen Elizabeth II’s eldest son, Prince Charles, has tested positive for the coronavirus. This was confirmed by a spokesman for Clarence House. The 71-year-old heir to the throne had mild symptoms, otherwise, he was in good health, it said.
His wife was also subsequently tested. Fortunately, the result was negative. The 71-year-old belongs to the risk group. In addition, it is considered to have been damaged, he was suffering from Pneumonia in 2010.
After citizens of the country now Royals have been started testing positive for the virus as it continues to spread.
Where the 71-year-old Prince Charles was infected with the virus is still not known. However, it has recently been reported that he was in contact with Monaco Prince Albert. He is also suffering from Covid-19.
Charles has had numerous representative appointments in public in the past few weeks. His last major event was a dinner and reception also in London on March 12 to support Australian bushfire relief and recovery.
Prince Charles is the first member of the British royal family to become infected with the virus. Buckingham Palace announced that the Queen was in good health. The last time she met her son was on the morning of March 12th.
Prince Charles being diagnosed with the virus is a serious issue of concern due to his recent interactions with the public of Great Britain.