COVID-19: In a Shocking Twist of Fate, Prince Charles has been Tested Positive for the Deadly Virus

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Yes! It is true, the Prince of Wales has been tested positive for Coronavirus. Coronavirus aka COVID-19 has been creating chaos all across the globe for quite a while now. It has been constantly proving that nature does not discriminate between the rich and the poor. Prince Charles is showing light symptoms. But he is not suffering and is in good health given the fact that he is 71 years old.

Currently Charles is in self isolation at Balmoral Castle in Scotland according to the statement by Clarence House. According to reports Prince Charles was last seen by Queen Elizabeth on 12 March. She said that he was in good health the last time she saw her.

The world was taken by a shock on Tuesday when the results came in on the night of Tuesday, indicating that he was positive. But nonetheless the 71 year old prince is still functioning and is in good mood. Prince Charles is heir to the throne.

Source: Abir Sultan | Reuters

Prince Charles and his wife Camilla are expected to follow the official governmental procedure. They will be isolating separately. The palace is big enough for them to be isolating separately within it. They are backed by a mini group of people and it’s expected of Prince Charles to be in Scotland for at least two weeks.

Prince Charles’s last public visit was on 12 March, it was in fact  the very same day he last saw her mother Queen Elizabeth, It was when he was seen at a dinner in aid of the Australian bushfire relief initiative.

Coronavirus did not put his spirits down as Prince has also been working from home over the last couple of days. He has also attended quite a few private meetings with Highgrove and Duchy of Cornwall individuals.

We pray for his quick recovery!

Sagnik Pramanick

I am a Calcutta-based freelance entertainment writer, with a focus on television and film. In addition to being a content writer, I’m a post grad student of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Calcutta. I have had bylines at The Statesman. I am enormously passionate about the art of storytelling in all forms.