The second in line to the British throne, Prince William, tested positive for the COVID in April when the U.K. cases started to rise dramatically. Yet, he stayed quiet about his result to dodge stress over his condition, as indicated by British media reports.
In contrast to his dad, Prince Charles, who reported a positive COVID-19 test in March, William kept his diagnosis a mystery. When reached by TODAY on Sunday night, Kensington Palace would not verify or refute the reports. Prince Charles’ wife, Duchess Camilla of Cornwall, tested negative, according to the statement of Clarence House.
A press release from Clarence House on March 25 revealed that Prince Charles had tested positive.
“He has been displaying mild symptoms but otherwise remains in good health and has been working from home throughout the last few days as usual.”Clarence House press release
Regardless of his revealed disease, William kept working during April, including calling essential specialists at Queen’s Hospital Burton on April 1 and opening Nightingale Hospital Birmingham through a video gathering on April 16.
A couple of days after the fact, he showed up in the BBC charity special “The Big Night In” with comedian artist Stephen Fry and his better half, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge.
Likewise, in April, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that he’d been hospitalized in an emergency unit having tested positive for the infection. Johnson later uncovered that his condition was not kidding to such an extent that he’d required “liters and liters of oxygen” to remain alive. Specialists were getting ready to declare his passing, he said.
“If the future King contracts a potentially fatal virus that the entire world is worried about during a lockdown and he and those around him cover it up, that raises serious questions about whether we can trust anything he or his advisers say. If Boris Johnson, Keir Starmer, Emmanuel Macron, Angela Merkel, Donald Trump, or Joe Biden had covered up a positive test for COVID-19, many people would not be praising them for ‘not wanting to worry people.'”Daily Express royal correspondent Richard Palmer tweeted
The U.K. has enrolled more than 1 million affirmed COVID cases and just about 47,000 passings per tracker from Johns Hopkins University. An ongoing spike in new contaminations has prompted the administration to report the second lockdown in England, set to start this week.