He is reportedly “displaying mild symptoms ‘but otherwise remains in good health’.”
Prince Charles has tested positive for the Wuhan coronavirus, and though he is reportedly experiencing “mild symptoms,” he is said to be in good health.
Prince Charles, 71, is displaying mild symptoms “but otherwise remains in good health”, a spokesman said, adding that the Duchess of Cornwall, 72, has been tested but does not have the virus.
Charles and Camilla are now self-isolating at Balmoral.
Buckingham Palace said the Queen last saw her son, the heir to the throne, on 12 March, but was “in good health”.
The palace added that the Duke of Edinburgh was not present at that meeting, and that the Queen was now “following all the appropriate advice with regard to her welfare”.
A Clarence House statement read: “In accordance with government and medical advice, the prince and the duchess are now self-isolating at home in Scotland.
“The tests were carried out by the NHS in Aberdeenshire, where they met the criteria required for testing.
He has not been in contact with the Queen since March 12th, and she is reportedly in good health.
BBC News continues:
The duke and duchess arrived in Scotland on Sunday. Charles had been displaying mild symptoms over the weekend and was tested by the NHS in Aberdeenshire on Monday.
The results came through on Tuesday night, showing he was positive.
Charles is still working, is up and about and in good spirits.
The 71-year-old heir to the throne last saw the Queen briefly on the 12 March. Three days earlier, mother and son had more protracted contact during the Commonwealth Day Service.
It is important to re-emphasise the Queen is in good health. She moved to Windsor last week, with the Duke of Edinburgh who came from his usual residence at Sandringham in Norfolk.
Given their age, 93 and 98 respectively, there will be particular care taken that they are not jeopardised by this virus.
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