Prince Charles recovers from Covid-19, out of self-isolation
The Prince of Wales has recovered from Covid-19 and is in 'good health'.
Prince Charles has recovered from COVID-19, as per royal spokesperson. The 71-year-old heir to the throne, came out of self-isolation on March 30, 2020, seven days after he was tested to positive.
Prince Charles had been self-isolating at the Queen's Balmoral estate in Scotland since his results had come out positive for the coronavirus. The Duchess of Cornwall had tested negative for Covid-19 but she had also been self-isolating separately at the estate.
The Prince of Wales is in "good health", confirmed his Clarence House royal office. He is out of self-isolation after having consulted with his doctor. He is following the government's restrictions as he works from home.
Prince Charles tests positive for COVID-19
Prince Charles had tested positive for Coronavirus last week. He and the Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla were tested on March 23, 2020 after they had flown to Scotland. They remained under complete self-isolation at the royal estate.
As per the information shared by Clarence House, the Prince of Wales had displayed mild symptoms of Covid-19 and was otherwise in good health. The tests were carried out by the by the National Health Service (NHS) in Aberdeenshire.
The Buckingham Palace added that the Queen last saw her son, Prince Charles on March 12 and was in good health. Queen Elizabeth II is following the advice of doctors for her welfare.
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