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Miembro de la realeza da positivo a coronavirus

El príncipe de Gales tiene Covid-19

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De acuerdo con fuentes oficiales de Clarence House, el príncipe de Gales dio positivo a prueba de coronavirus. Sin embargo, los síntomas que presenta son leves, por lo que se espera que tenga goce de salud y buena actitud hasta el final de la pandemia.

Por otras parte, se ha descartado la idea de que Camila de Cornualles tenga el virus. A sus 72 años de edad, la esposa de Carlos de Gales se encuentra fuera de peligro, aunque seguramente estará bajo supervisión médica. Ambos se encuentran aislados en su residencia de Balmoral, Escocia.


“No es posible determinar de quién contrajo el virus el príncipe, debido a la gran cantidad de compromisos que realizó en su función pública en las últimas semanas”, detalló la Casa Real.

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The Prince of Wales received a wonderful welcome in Bedworth this afternoon! ???? His Royal Highness was visiting the Nicholas Chamberlaine Almshouses, in his role as Patron of @thealmshouseassociation. Nicholas Chamberlaine was a 17th century rector of Bedworth, who left money in his will for almshouses to be built. The Nicholas Chamberlaine Almshouses accommodate residents in 27 sheltered housing apartments. Today over tea, His Royal Highness met residents, including Andrea who gave HRH a tour of her apartment. Before departing, His Royal Highness planted a tree in the garden to mark the visit. The Almshouses were visited in 1934 by HRH’s uncle, Edward, The Prince of Wales. The oak tree that was planted still stands today. On his final stop of the day, HRH visited @veteranscp, a local charity in Nuneaton that was created, supports and is run by veterans. The Prince met partner organisations who support the charity, including @combatstress of which The Prince has been Patron since 2003. . ???? Clarence House / PA

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Sobre Isabel ll, madre de Carlos de Gales, el palacio de Buckingham dijo que la monarca vio por última vez a su hijo el 12 de marzo y que "se encuentra en buen estado de salud". El último compromiso público del príncipe fue ese mismo día, y desde entonces ha estado trabajando desde casa, según fuentes oficiales.

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‘Keeping Norfolk’s feet dry’ is how staff at Wolferton’s Pumping Station describe their work. Today, The Queen opened a newly rebuilt facility 72 years after her father, King George VI, opened the original station on 2nd February 1948. The Station sits within the Sandringham Estate, home to Sandringham House – the private residence of The Queen and the Royal Family. King George VI opened the pumping station shortly after WWII, to enable the surrounding marshland, which sits below sea level, to be drained, dried out and farmed. Her Majesty toured the new station, which has been rebuilt over the past 18 months to create a more environmentally friendly facility to better protect its local wildlife, including nesting birds on the neighbouring marshes.

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