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Datum objave: 25.03.2020

Fears for the Queen and Prince Philip as Prince Charles tests positive for cor onavirus

13 days after last seeing his mother

Fears for the Queen and Prince Philip as Prince Charles tests positive for coronavirus - 13 days after last seeing his mother

  • The Prince of Wales, 71, tested positive yesterday and is in self-isolation on the Balmoral estate in Scotland
  • Wife Camilla tested negative and is not yet showing any symptoms and is with her husband at Birkhall House
  • Charles last saw mother on March 12 at Buckingham Palace - she is in 'good health' and taking medical advice 
  • Prince's doctor believes earliest he was contagious was on March 13 - after completing string of engagements
  • Queen is at Windsor with Philip, William and Kate at Anmer Hall in Norfolk and Meghan and Harry in Canada
  • There is some disquiet that Charles received a test from the NHS - when NHS staff are still being denied one 
  • Coronavirus has claimed 435 lives and infected 8,000-plus people with cases rising most sharply in London 
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    • The Queen and Prince Philip face a nervous wait at Windsor Castle after Prince Charles today revealed he has tested positive for coronavirus.
    • The Prince of Wales, 71, has a 'mild' form of the illness and is on the Balmoral estate with his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, who has tested negative and is without any symptoms of the virus, which has killed 435 and infected 8,200 more in the UK so far. 
    • The Queen and Philip had already travelled to Windsor Castle before the announcement from Clarence House today, after moving to the royal estate last Thursday. 
    • A royal source said Charles' doctor's most conservative estimate was that the prince was contagious on March 13 - 24 hours after 'briefly' meeting his 93-year-old mother the Queen. 
    • A Buckingham Palace spokesman said: 'Her Majesty remains in good health. The Queen is following all the appropriate advice with regard to her welfare'. 
    • It is not known if the monarch has been tested for coronavirus but she is said to be on lockdown and not even close family members can see her. 
    • Her weekly meeting with the Prime Minister is being done by phone, rather than in person at Buckingham Palace, where a worker tested positive while the Queen was still in residence last week.
    • The monarch and the Duke of Edinburgh, who was helicoptered to Windsor from Sandringham last Thursday, are being looked after by her two favourite staff, who are part of a skeleton team of just eight. The rest of her 100-plus workers have all been told to go home to protect both the head of state and themselves. 
    • Charles' coronavirus was confirmed yesterday - exactly a fortnight after meeting Prince Albert of Monaco, who tested positive five days ago, after he sat opposite the Prince of Wales at a WaterAid event in London on March 10. 
    • A Clarence House spokesman said: 'The Prince of Wales has tested positive for Coronavirus. He has been displaying mild symptoms but otherwise remains in good health and has been working from home throughout the last few days as usual.  
    • 'The Duchess of Cornwall has also been tested but does not have the virus. In accordance with Government and medical advice, the Prince and the Duchess are now self-isolating at home in Scotland The tests were carried out by the NHS in Aberdeenshire where they met the criteria required for testing'. NHS Scotland has said the heir to the throne qualified because of his age and his symptoms.
    • Charles' spokesman said it was impossible to say where he caught it from because of the large number of public engagements he has carried out in 'recent weeks' - but it will raise questions over whether it came from Prince Albert and if the heir to the throne has spread it himself, including to relatives.
    • As coronavirus reached the royal family on the second day of Britain's lockdown, it has also emerged:
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