Covid-19: Prince Charles comes out of self-isolation 1 week after infection

Covid-19: Prince Charles comes out of self-isolation 1 week after infection

- The heir apparent to the UK royal family, Prince Charles, has emerged out of his self-isolation

- According to an unnamed spokesman, the decision was informed by his doctor's recommendation

- The prince was also said to have improved in health after his quarantine at Balmoral Castle

Prince Charles, 71-years-old, has come out of self-quarantine after he tested positive to the deadly coronavirus.

The spokesman for the prince confirmed the development to Variety as he said that the decision was based on the consultation with his doctor.

According to the same image-maker, Prince Charles is believed to be in 'good health' after he went through a self-isolation period at Balmoral Castle in Scotland.

The Buckingham Palace said the royal last saw the Queen on Thursday, March 12. It should be noted that the UK government advised those with the Covid-19 symptoms must self-quarantine for seven days.

Prince came out of self-isolation after he had observed the mandatory 7-day period.

Prince came out of self-isolation after he had observed the mandatory 7-day period.
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On the other hand, asymptomatic patients are to go through a period of 14-day self-isolation. The same media also reports that in the bid to protect the Queen from the virus, the palace is following “appropriate procedures”.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that one of Africa's world-known billionaires, Aliko Dangote, tested negative to coronavirus.

He said that he took the decision to test because he is a global citizen. The billionaire also said that the outbreak greatly affected the modern world and disrupted everyone's health and well-being.

In a subsequent tweet, he said that he is championing an initiative called Coalition Against COVID-19 (CACOVID) with other world business leaders.

He said the main aim of CACOVID is to help the government initiative to solve the outbreak, adding that he is very hopeful that the world would beat the deadly virus.

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A Nigerian Twitter user with the name Helen Salami shared a video where the Nigerian Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) was testing her sister for coronavirus.

The lady said that the centre responded to their call to check her sister an hour after they put a call across to them.

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She said that her sister started showing symptoms after she returned from the UK. Salami also commended the good work of the NCDC.

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