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Possible culprit for Prince Charles Coronavirus infection is known

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Prince Charles of Wales could be infected with coronavirus from Prince Albert II of Monaco, Reuters reports.

On March 10, the heir to the British throne and the Prince of Monaco took part in a joint charity event in London. A few days later, Albert II passed a coronavirus test, which showed a positive result. Albert II may therefore be the likely culprit of Prince Charles' infection.

On March 12, two days after meeting the Prince of Monaco, Charles met his mother, 93-year-old Queen Elizabeth II. The Buckingham Palace emphasized that the meeting was short-lived, and the queen took precautions to protect against coronavirus.

The next day, Charles and his wife, Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla, left for the Highgrove House in Wales, west of England. They later moved to Scotland, a royal estate in Balmoral, where Charles has another residence. Since March 19, Elizabeth II has been hiding from the epidemic in Windsor Castle.

A March 23 test showed that Prince Charles was infected with Coronavirus and Camilla was not.