Prince Charles of Wales tested positive for coronavirus

Prince Charles of Wales, from the Britain royal family, the heir to the British throne after Queen Elizabeth II, 71-year-old, has tested positive for coronavirus and is now self-isolating in Scotland.

He received the test’s results on Tuesday. He is only displaying mild symptoms and is otherwise in good health and in “good spirits”. Medical advice is that it is unlikely that his condition will escalate into a more serious case. His wife, the Duchess of Cornwall has also been tested but does not have the virus. Camilla is self-isolating separately from Charles at Birkhal. The Queen is in good health. The 93-year-old monarch and her husband, 98-year-old Prince Philip, moved to Windsor Castle.

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In a statement issued by the Palace as they moved to Windsor, the Queen said the world was entering "a period of great concern and uncertainty". She warned that many would need to "find new ways of staying in touch with each other and making sure that loved ones are safe." The Queen last saw Prince Charles briefly after an investiture ceremony for public awards at Buckingham Palace in London on March 12.