Britain's Prince Charles has been infected by the pandemic coronavirus. They have been found infected with the coronavirus. His test report has been positive. Clarence House announced on Wednesday that Prince Charles' coronavirus test has been positive, but his health is fine. Prince Charles, 71, was tested for coronavirus in Scotland. Here he was accompanied by his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, whose test has been negative. A spokesman for Clarence House said the Prince and Duchess have now isolated themselves at home in Scotland, according to government and medical advice.

It is reported that a few days ago, Charles met Prince Albert of Monaco, who was later found to be corona positive. The coronavirus has claimed more than 400 lives in the UK so far. While more than 8,000 people are reeling. According to a Clarence House spokesman, Charles has a few symptoms of the disease, but his health is fine. He has been working from home for the past several days. Earlier, a staff at Buckingham Palace (Royal Aide) was reportedly found test positive for the coronavirus when Queen Elizabeth II was in her London home. The Queen has been taken to Windsor Castle indefinitely as a precaution after reports, and all further programs have been canceled. However, the report talks about the queen's health is ok.

The British Prime Minister took these steps

Recently, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has taken steps to reduce social interaction to tackle the menace of coronavirus. Boris Johnson has announced the closure of cafes, pubs, bars, restaurants, nightclubs, theatres, cinemas, gyms, and dining venues. But all necessary services will continue in the meantime. The decision towards social distance has come into effect from the night of March 20.

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