Camilla corona not identified

Camilla corona not identified

British Duchess of Cornwall Camilla has been infected with the coronavirus. He is now in ‘self-isolation’. News from the BBC.

Camilla’s husband, Prince of Wales (Charles), was identified as Corona last Thursday. Camilla tested the sample on the day Corona was identified by Prince Charles. His corona comes ‘negative’ in the test. Later, Camilla, 64, took part in several events.

Corona, the son of Prince Charles, was identified two days after meeting Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom.
Buckingham Palace said last week that Queen Elizabeth II had no symptoms of coronary heart disease. It was said on Monday that there was nothing new to say about Rani.

This is the first time Camilla has been infected with the coronavirus. Her husband, Prince Charles, heir to the British throne, has been infected with the corona for the second time.

A spokesman for the palace’s Clarence House said Corona-infected Prince Charles and Camilla were abiding by government coronavirus-related restrictions.

During a visit to the Thames Valley Partnership in Buckinghamshire on Thursday, Camilla said she was fortunate to have a negative corona. He said he had tested the corona more than once before.

Buckingham Palace did not say whether Queen Elizabeth II’s corona was examined. Buckingham Palace is raising the issue of protecting the Queen’s health in the event of a non-disclosure.

According to Buckingham Palace, Queen Elizabeth II did not show any signs of corona.
Recently, Queen Elizabeth II said she wanted the Duchess of Cornwall Camilla to be known as the ‘Queen Concert’ when her son Prince Charles became King.

The sudden announcement of Queen Elizabeth II paved the way for Camilla to be crowned Queen after her son Prince Charles became King, according to the BBC.