Coronavirus: Prince Charles out of self-isolation

Coronavirus: Prince Charles out of self-isolation

Last week, Prince Charles (the son of the queen Elizabeth II) was tested positive for coronavirus and was to stay in his residence self-isolating. Today, on March 30, he was allowed not to self-quarantine anymore.

CNN reports that the Prince of Wales had mild symptoms of the infection and completely recovered. His wife, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, is still self-isolating because she have not developed symptoms yet and need to wait to understand if it is safe for other people to meet her.

The Queen Elizabeth, who is 93 years old now, have canceled all her engagements for the foreseeable future despite having no confirmed infection.

At the same time, the prime minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson has been tested positive for COVID-19. He is having mild symptoms and is staying at home.

The novel coronavirus has already sickened 22,141 people in the UK. 1,408 have died.

Globally, COVID-19 has killed 35,347 people to date. About 746,112 cases of the disease have been confirmed.

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