Prince Charles out of seven-day self-isolation after testing positive for coronavirus

Prince Charles out of seven-day self-isolation after testing positive for coronavirus

Prince Charles, who was tested positive with the novel coronavirus is now out of self-isolation. The news was confirmed by the Clarence House on Monday.

The Prince of Wales was in self-isolation for a period of seven days, as per the guidelines issued by the government. He was tested positive last week after he showed mild symptoms of the novel virus.

After Prince Charles was tested positive, his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall was also tested for the virus. Although she did not have the virus and results came back negative, she also began self-isolating herself.

The couple was self-isolating themselves at their home in Scotland.

According to a palace official, the Prince was in good health and was following all the government's restrictions. The Royal will continue to hold meetings and will be able to take exercise according to medical and government guidelines, the statement said.

A few weeks ago, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, moved out of the Buckingham Palace to Windsor Castle after a Palace employee was tested positive for the novel coronavirus.