Prince Charles has emerged from self-isolation, lower than seven days after the royal was revealed to have examined constructive for coronavirus.
A representative for the 71-year-old Prince of Wales, who was self-isolating at Balmoral in Scotland, has said he is now in good health and has come out of self-isolation following a consultation with his doctor.
In the U.K., government advice recommends that those showing coronavirus symptoms must self-isolate for seven days. Individuals living with those who are symptomatic are advised to self-isolate for 14 days, meaning Prince Charles’s wife, Duchess of Cornwall Camilla Parker Bowles, may still be in self-isolation.
The British Royal Family has begun feeling the brunt of the coronavirus crisis, with the Queen’s footman most recently testing positive for COVID-19, though it is as yet unknown when he was diagnosed.
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