Prince Albert of Monaco has been diagnosed with coronavirus

Coronavirus tests of Prince Albert of Monaco have given a positive result. The Prince became the first monarch and the first head of state to have been diagnosed with COVID-19. Prince Albert attended a charity event in London last week which was also attended by The Prince of Wales. 62-year-old Prince Albert gave a speech to the nation on the coronavirus pandemic a few days ago.
Coronavirus tests of Prince Albert of Monaco. Prince Albert attended a charity event with Prince Charles, Prince of Wales
The Palace's Press Service has made a statement as the following: "Coronavirus tests of Prince Albert of Monaco has been positive. There is no concern for Prince Albert’s health. His doctor, and specialists from Prince Grace Hospital Center (CHPG) are following up his health status closely. He continues to work from his private office. He keeps in touch with members of the Cabinet, his government and his closest partners.
Coronavirus tests of Prince Albert of Monaco. Prince Albert attended a charity event with Prince Charles, Prince of Wales
His majesty calls on people of Monaco to respect his precautions and minimize physical contact with others. Obeying strictly to these limiting rules will stop the spread of coronavirus.

The Palace will continue to regularly give information about the health status of Prince Albert II.

11 comments:

  1. Oh goodness, no. Special thoughts and wishes to him, and also to Charlene and the children. How terrible for all of them. And terrible also for the millions around the world who are similarly afflicted. My prayers and positive vibes for a safe and full recovery go out to everyone, everywhere.
    - Anon 9:13

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  2. Tous nos souhaits au prince Albert !

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    1. Yes indeed. Monaco needs Albert just as his family does. On the 14th of March this year he was 62 years old. His relatively young age should help him to fight the infection. My thoughts are for him and his family plus the thousands of other families who have lost loved one in the very recent days and weeks.

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  3. Well here is someone else again,this COVID 19 really don't care who it is, rich or poor. I hope the Prince did not infect Charlene or anyone else. He is a very active man so this isolation my be very hard on him. Hope he gets well very soon. And so everyone else. This is really getting old fast. Stay healthy everyone.

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  4. Hope he is well on the road to recovery.

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  5. Lets hope the children and Charlene are okay. I hope his is doing well.

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  6. Wow that must be difficult!
    I hope he doesn't get really sick with the symptoms. Wishing him all the best! As well as his wife, children and the rest of the family.

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  7. ooh mon seigneur! attention aux petits princes et Charlène bon rétablissement

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  8. ik wens heb van harte beterschap !!
    hij is nog lekker jong,voor mij is het anders ben 82 jaar , goed doen wat
    ze zeggen.en afwachten maar .

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  9. I don't comment much here anymore although I did for a very long time. Now I read and say nothing as its...changed.
    Regardless of all that I do want to say to those I know and to those unknown and of course to the Admin here that I pray everyone stays safe. This blog has many more European followers than American. I lived in Italy for 10 yrs and I consider my home still. I am heartbroken about so many deaths and cases of COVID19. As an RN it has been so difficult and I am feeling pretty emotional today especially. The cases grow here by the thousands overnight daily. Prays for all that we come out of this more connected as people and not separated by oceans and continents.

    Be well

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  10. Prince Albert is travelling around the world the whole year even the last months instead of staying home !! We in Greece are in "lockdown" 2 weeks now. Other countries still hesitate. Wrong decision! Especially the UK did nothing until the last days. Last Sunday half marathon with 6000 participants in London, Cheltenham festival, the Catherine with her children buying clothes. At my opinion all that is criminal without any respect for the population. Sorry it sounds a bit hard but it's reality ! Stay home and be safe !

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