Sunday, March 26, 2023

Camilla Parker tested positive for Covid-19 after her husband Prince Charles

Camilla Parker, Duchess of Cornwall, has also tested positive for Covid-19. She continues to follow official standards and is self-isolating. Clarence House said that four days before Prince Charles tested positive Covid-19.

Camilla made a series of public appearances after Prince Charles’ positive test on February 10. It includes a visit to the Nourish Hub kitchen in Notting Hill meetings with sexual assault survivors. She also visited to the Paddington Haven referral centre for sexual assault.

Royal couple Camilla Parker and Prince Charles attended a reception at the British Museum the night before tested positive for Covid-19. Moreover, both have vaccinated and they have advised everyone else to do the same. Almost three-quarters of British citizens have received both vaccines.

Boris Johnson stated that all COVID restrictions including the necessity to isolate after testing positive will repeal on February 24. On day five of isolation, people who test positive can release if they have a negative test result.

Furthermore, a test for COVID infection in March 2020 revealed that Camilla was negative. The Prince of Wales said at the time that he had very slight symptoms and that he had gotten away with it fairly easily.

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