They have reported that their tests have been positive; but so far there is nothing to be alarmed about since their symptoms are mild.
“The Prince of Wales has tested positive for coronavirus,” his office reported in a statement, using his official title.
“He has been showing mild symptoms, but otherwise remains in good health and has been working from home for the last few days, as usual,” the text added.
His wife Camilla, who is also the Duchess of Cornwall, was also tested, but her result was negative.
The royal couple was assessed by the NHS (National Health Service) in Aberdeenshire, north-east Scotland.
So far it is not possible to decipher from whom the prince contracted the virus because of the many commitments he made over the past three weeks.
In other hand, her mother, Queen Elizabeth II, who is 93 years old, and her husband, Prince Philip, who is 98, are well.
Both retired to Windsor Castle, located on the outskirts of London, since March 19th.
The royalty decided to bring forward their Easter holidays by one week in view of the Covid-19 outbreak. Great Britain has so far more than 8,000 cases of infected people and approximately 422 people have died from the pandemic.
— CNN en Español (@CNNEE) March 25, 2020