Prince Charles Has Tested Positive for Coronavirus

Heir to British throne Prince Charles tests positive for coronavirus

The heir to the British throne, Prince Charles tested positive for the coronavirus on Wednesday.

"Her Majesty The Queen remains in good health", Buckingham Palace said.

His wife Camilla, 72, tested negative for the virus. The couple are self-isolating at home in Scotland, following United Kingdom government and NHS advice.

The communication also stated that it was hard to ascertain when or from whom the Prince might've caught the virus, since he participated in a number of public engagements which he is required to do in his capacity as a member of the British Royal Family.

The BBC reports Charles last saw his mother, the Queen, briefly on the morning of March 12.

Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip are now staying at Windsor Castle, while the other members of the British clan are staying in their respective homes.

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Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, has not tested postive, says Clarence House.

Sky News reported that Prince Charles might already be infected with the disease since March 13, which was more than two weeks from now. The medical advice he has been given is that this is "unlikely to escalate into a more serious case".

Several well known individuals have recently come under criticism after saying they were tested with few or mild symptoms for the virus.

A small number of people living and working at Birkhall remain at the residence and self-isolating.

The couple are said not to be interacting with that small team of staff in any way. Charles has spoken to both Queen Elizabeth and his children. Charles had private meetings in recent weeks, and everyone who attended has been made aware of the situation.

It's unclear whether any other members of the royal family have contracted the virus.

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