Prince Charles of Britain, Queen Elizabeth II‘s eldest son and heir has been detected with the latest coronavirus ‘ moderate symptoms but “otherwise remains in good health,” his office said that on Wednesday. Prince Charles, 71, and his wife Camilla, who doesn’t have COVID-19, are actually isolating themselves in Scotland, Clarence House said.
The couple test in northeast Scotland by the State-run National Health Service (NHS) in Aberdeenshire, it said.
On March 19, Queen Elizabeth II, 93, with her husband Prince Philip, 98, retired to Windsor Castle, outside London. Because of the coronavirus outbreak, they pushed their Easter break forward by a week. Britain has confirmed more than 8,000 cases of the disease and 422 people have died.
The earliest Charles would have been contagious was March 13, a royal source said. Queen Elizabeth departed for London on 19 March for Windsor Castle. She is with her 98-year-old husband Philip.
The pandemic coronavirus is now a reality. With over 4,70,000 cases of people with infection, governments across the globe have asked their citizens not to venture out of their homes. It is only if it wasn’t for procurement of the necessary to sustain themselves in the enforced lockdowns.
Of the many preventive steps recommended by international health agencies, frequently washing hands with soap and liquids based on alcohol has become one of the prime guidelines for preserving hygiene, necessary to avoid the COVID-19 virus.