After Carlo, Camilla also positive: Queen trembles

After Carlo, Camilla also positive: Queen trembles

The circle of Kovid has tightened around Queen Elizabeth. Prince Charles’ wife Camilla also tested positive yesterday, four days after the same husband tested positive for the second time. The Duchess of Cornwall, who is 74 and who just weeks ago, opened her platinum jubilee of seventy years on the throne, was “blessed” as a future “queen wife”, has already received her third dose. It’s over According to TK and Clarence House, he is in self-isolation as the heir to the throne. It has not been disclosed when Camilla had symptoms.

Naturally, the biggest concern for the subjects is the health of the queen, who will turn 96 in just two months. Elizabeth II, in fact, who had been in contact with her son Charles two days before he tested positive and fears she might get infected instead. Eventually, English newspapers report that Charles publicly greets the Queen with both a kiss on the arm and a kiss on the cheek at her meetings with her son. Buckingham Palace does not clarify the subject, however, the only information provided last week is that it does not show symptoms. However, Rani is under strict observation and will have to undergo a rapid test every day till next Thursday. However, no particular transparency can be expected in the coming days on the state of the monarch’s health, stating that Buckingham Palace would not provide “continued comment” on the Queen’s health. There is also no clarity on any changes to the agenda by the Queen, who in any case moves most activities from Windsor Castle online.

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Just yesterday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on a visit to Scotland that there is “clear” evidence that the Omicron version is “less dangerous” than the results on average for infected patients, according to updated data. Delta. BoJo also defended his government’s decision to lift most restrictions in England.


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