Prince Albert of Monaco tested positive for Covid-19 on Wednesday, April 13, the Prince’s Palace announced in a press release.
The rock was not spared the epidemic. On Wednesday, 13 April, the Prince’s Palace in Monaco announced that Prince Albert had tested positive for Covid-19. However, residents can be reassured, the health condition of Charlene’s husband from Monaco is not alarming, as stated in a press release. “Without symptoms, his health condition is absolutely no concern“, Can we read first? Like anyone infected with the virus, Albert II has isolated himself but is still carrying out his duties. “He works remotely, in constant contact with members of his government and government as well as with his close aides. He pointed to the palace, then determined that his “The isolation period is adapted to the applicable sanitary rules“. A new fear for a prince who can depend on his children to support.
This is not the first time that Albert of Monaco has faced the virus. In March 2020, the Prince’s Palace in Monaco He announced that he had tested positive. Like this time, his health was not at all alarming and he was Jack and Gabriel’s father”He is closely monitored by the attending physician and specialists from Princess Grace Hospital Center“. He also complied with the recommendations set by the government and continued to “working from his own apartment office ”, while in “Permanent contact with members of his government and members of his government, as well as with his closest aides.” After this announcement, Albert of Monaco called Monaco and asked them to “Respect containment measures and minimize contact with others“. upbeat, Albert II He has made it clear to Monaco Matin that this is not necessary “Do not give in to panic or psychosis” but stay “Wakefulness and vigilance.” Advice that he will definitely follow the message.
Albert of Monaco: Is it the first crowned head to be infected with the virus?
However, Prince Albert of Monaco has been particularly vigilant in the face of coronavirus, and has tested positive for the virus twice. On March 19, 2020, he contracted Covid-19 for the first time, Which made him the first polluted crowned head. Prince Charles followed closely behind a few days later. However, he recovered quickly and gave his doctors reassuring news.
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