Coronavirus: Prince Charles out of self-isolation
Prince Charles who had tested positive for coronavirus is out of isolation
Prince Charles is out of isolation and in good health, making a recovery after contracting coronavirus. 71-year-old Charles tested positive for COVID-19 last week and had been self-isolating at his residence in Scotland.
Charles was the first from the Royal Family member to be diagnosed with COVID-19. And unfortunately, Prince Charles was at higher risk because of his age.
According to BBC, Clarence House said Charles and his wife Camilla had self-isolated at Balmoral. He was working from home over the last few days.
Many other senior British officials have tested positive for the virus in recent days, including Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Health Secretary Matt Hancock.