LONDON – Prince William, Duke Camf of Cambridge and the second corresponding to the British throne, tested positive for coronavirus in April. British media have reported Sunday.
Arriving by NBC News on Sunday night, Kensington Palace did not confirm or deny the reports. The British tabloid, The Sun, first reports the diagnosis, citing an unnamed Kensington Palace source.
William’s father, unlike Prince Charles, Who announced a positive COVID-19 test in March, William, 38, kept his diagnosis secret. It was not immediately clear how serious his condition was.
The diagnosis came the same month that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Said he would be hospitalized In the intensive care unit after testing positive for the virus.
Johnson It was later revealed that his infection was very serious It needs “liters and liters of oxygen” to survive. He said the death knell was being prepared to announce his death.
On Saturday, Johnson Announced a lockdown until the new month Because the number of cases in the country is at the top of 1 million.
“If we don’t act we could see death in this country running several thousand a day,” Jones said.
The country staged a three-month lockdown earlier this year, but the number of cases began to rise as restrictions eased.
Under the new rules, unavoidable businesses must close and bars and restaurants can only offer withdrawals. Schools, universities and construction sites will be allowed to remain open.
Will Clarke reported from London and Tim Staloh from California.
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