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Prince Charles of Wales Has Coronavirus: The World Reacts To The News

Prince Charles of Wales Has Coronavirus: The World Reacts To The News

The news is real and it has broken the internet all over the world. Queen Elizabeth II’s eldest son, Prince Charles of Wales has tested positive for the coronavirus. The news comes from the official website. Fortunately, it also mentions that the Prince of Wales remains in good health. The Prince and his wife Camilla were both tested in the state-run NHS in Aberdeenshire in northeast Scotland. They are now observing self-isolation. The official statement reads,

“It is not possible to ascertain from whom the prince caught the virus owing to the high number of engagements he carried out in his public role during recent weeks.”

The world now reacts to the news of Prince Charles having coronavirus. We would like to inform in advance, some people might have taken the situation, rather lightly!

Prince Charles Has Coronavirus And The World Reacts

Twitter user Famous Nash seems to be enjoying the fact that Prince Charles has coronavirus.

Apparently some people still remember Princess Diana and the events leading up to her alleged murder. Hence, this tweet below:

We, in particular, do not like to think so. Coronavirus is not just targeting the rich like Prince Charles and others. Remember fellows, the virus sees no difference and can affect anyone of any age group.

Unfortunately, this might just happen because of how the past trends have been:

This is going to happen soon enough and we just know it. We know that you can feel it happening too:

A lot of people are complaining that they are unable to get tested for the coronavirus. While the likes of Prince of Wales, Prince Charles, can easily get their coronavirus tests done, general public is most susceptible. Hence the outcry,

Regardless, if the rich of the country can get the virus, then this is a clear message about how easily it can spread. The virus does not have any favorites regarding age groups, health conditions, or genders. Hence, maintain self-isolation, and look after others by looking after yourselves.