Queen Elizabeth II "Remains In Good Health" After Charles' Coronavirus Diagnosis
Queen Elizabeth II reportedly remains in good health at Windsor Castle after her son Prince Charles tested positive for coronavirus last week. She and her husband Prince Philip will remain at Windsor Castle for the foreseeable future...
According to a report by ET Canada on Sunday, Queen Elizabeth II is still in good health after her son Prince Charles was diagnosed with coronavirus last week. She remains at Windsor Castle, where she was reunited with Prince Philip ten days ago to start their annual Easter break early because of the pandemic.
ET also reports that the Queen and her husband are now being looked after by their longest serving aides and most trusted advisors at Windsor Castle, according to a source. Queen Elizabeth is expected to remain at Windsor for the foreseeable future.
Queen Elizabeth II "remains in good health"
The source has told ET that the Queen "remains in good health and is following all the appropriate advice with regards to her welfare." Only the most essential staff members are allowed contact with the regent and social distancing protocols have been established at the Castle like everywhere else in Britain and in Europe.
Prince Charles tested positive for coronavirus last Thursday and has been displaying "mild symptoms", according to an official statement by Clarence House. His wife Duchess Camilla was also tested but does not have the virus.
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