Britain’s Prince Charles, son of Queen Elizabeth, tests positive for Covid-19

London.- prince charles of Britain has tested positive for Covid-19 and is self-isolating, his office said on Thursday, via a message on his official Twitter page saying that charles tested positive on Thursday morning and was “deeply disappointed” at not being able to attend a scheduled visit at the city ​​of Winchester, in the south of England.

Charles, 73, met dozens of people during a grand reception at the British Museum in London on Wednesday night. He was accompanied by his wife Camille and was in close contact with the head of the British Treasury, Rishi Sunak, among others.

Charlie’s office, Clarence House, confirmed that he has a triple vaccine. It was not immediately clear what his condition was.

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Charles previously contracted the coronavirus in March 2020, during the first wave of the pandemic. Authorities said he had mild symptoms of Covid-19 at that time, and Charles he later said that Charles and Camilla were isolated in Scotland at the time.

The British Press Association news agency reported that Charles was recently reunited with his mother, queen elizabeth iibut the monarch did not show any symptoms.

The queen, aged 95marked his Platinum Jubilee on Sunday by expressing his wish that Stretcher be known as Queen Consort when Carlos becomes king.

Stretcher continued with her engagements as scheduled Thursday, visiting a sexual assault referral center in London.

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King Felipe VI of Spain, 54, and Queen Margrethe II of Denmark, 81, also tested positive for coronavirus this week.

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