Prince Albert of Monaco tested positive for Covid-19 on Wednesday April 13, the Princely Palace said in a press release.
The Rock has not been spared from the pandemic. This Wednesday, April 13th, the Princely Palace of Monaco announced that Prince Albert had tested positive for Covid-19. However, residents can rest assured that Charlene of Monaco’s husband’s health is of no concern, according to a press release. “Asymptomatic, his state of health is absolutely harmless“, we can read first. Like everyone who has tested positive for the virus, Albert II isolating himself, but he continues to carry out his duties. “He works remotely, in constant contact with members of his cabinet, government and close associates. indicated the palace and then stated that it would be “The isolation phase will be adapted to the health regulations in force“. A new terror for the prince, who can count on the support of his children.
It’s not the first time Albert of Monaco has faced the virus. In March 2020 the Prince’s Palace of Monaco announced that he had tested positive. As then, his health was not at all a concern and Jacques and Gabrielle’s father was “closely monitored by his attending physician and specialists at Princess Grace Hospital Center“. He also adhered to the government’s recommendations and continued to be “works from the office of his private home,” while you’re in “Constant liaison with members of his cabinet, his government and his closest associates”. After this announcement, Albert of Monaco contacted the Monegasques and asked them to do so “Respect containment measures and keep contact with others to a minimum“. Optimistic, Albert II Monaco-Matin had explained that this was not necessary “do not panic or become psychotic” but stay “vigilant and attentive”. Advice he will surely follow to the letter.
Albert of Monaco: Is he the first crowned head to have been hit by the virus?
However, Prince Albert of Monaco is particularly vigilant in the face of the coronavirus and has twice tested positive for the virus. On March 19, 2020 he fell ill with Covid-19 for the first time, making him the first crowned head to be contaminated. A few days later, Prince Charles followed close on his heels. However, he made a quick recovery and his doctors gave reassuring news.
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