Britain’s Prince Charles Tests Positive for Coronavirus

 Britain’s Prince Charles has tested positive for the coronavirus. A statement Wednesday said he “has been displaying mild symptoms” but is otherwise in good health. His wife, Camilla, tested negative for the virus. The couple are in self-isolation at a home in Scotland. FILE – Prince Charles speaks with Alexandra Burke and other guests during the Commonwealth Reception at Marlborough House, in London, March 9, 2020.The statement said it is not possible to determine how the prince was infected given the large number of engagements he attended in recent weeks. A royal source said the 71-year-old prince received the confirmation on Tuesday after being tested the day before. Prince Charles, the oldest son of Queen Elizabeth, last saw his mother on March 12, prior to the earliest time he would have been able to expose others. Buckingham Palace said, “Her Majesty the Queen remains in good health.” The queen is 93 years old. 

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