Prince Albert has examined optimistic for COVID-19 for a second time, his workplace mentioned in a press release on Wednesday.
“He’s asymptomatic and his state of well being is just not a reason behind any concern,” the Prince’s Palace mentioned in a press release shared via People magazine.
“He continues to work remotely and stays in everlasting contact with the members of his cupboard, his authorities, in addition to along with his shut collaborators,” the assertion added. “This era of isolation can be tailored to the well being measures in power.”
The prince, who’s the chief of Monaco, was not too long ago round different royals, as he attended the service of thanksgiving for Prince Philip final month in London, alongside Queen Elizabeth; Prince Charles; Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall; Prince William; and Kate Middleton, amongst others.
Charles and Albert beforehand examined optimistic for COVID-19 across the similar time in March 2020 on the onset of the pandemic.
Albert even held the unlucky title of being the primary head of state to check optimistic (although he was the second royal, after Karl von Habsburg, the archduke of Austria).
The prince later denied that he gave Charles the coronavirus after the 2 attended the identical occasion collectively on March 10, 2020.
“We greeted one another from afar, every of us on reverse ends of the desk,” Albert mentioned in an interview with the French radio station RTL.
“I used to be already there on the opposite aspect of the desk, so we greeted one another from afar. … So I don’t assume I may be accused of getting contaminated him,” Albert mentioned, laughing. Charles was pictured doing a “namaste” greeting as an alternative of shaking arms with folks at that time within the pandemic.
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