Prince Charles positive for the sars coronavirus : a famous sportsman in quarantine after having met him

Le prince Charles positif au coronavirus : un célèbre sportif en quarantaine après l'avoir rencontré

This Wednesday, march 25, Clarence House announced the contamination of prince Charles to the coronavirus Covid-19. A new one, which has forced a famous athlete to be stuck with him because of his meeting with the future monarch during the celebrations of the Commonwealth on march 9, reveals The Sun.

This is a new one that is rocking the United Kingdom. This Wednesday, march 25, Clarence House has announced in a press release and the contamination of prince Charles to the coronavirus Covid-19. If the health of the future monarch did not inspire for the time being not to worry, the latter remains a potential contaminator for the people we met these last few weeks. The famous boxer Anthony Joshua knows this only too well…

Questioned by our colleagues from theSun, a spokesman for the olympic champion has revealed that following the announcement of the Crown, Anthony Joshua has decided to stay, like prince Charles, and confined to his home. Indeed, the 9 march, the athlete had had the honour to attend the celebrations of the Commonwealth with the royal family in Westminster abbey. “It is hoped that all patients infected will recover soon and would like to thank all the people who, by their profession, find themselves in the front line” face of the epidemic, says his press officer, who ensures that the boxer has no symptoms and is doing well.

This Tuesday, march 24, while he was still unaware of the contamination of the prince of Wales, kept away from Camilla Parker Bowles, Anthony Joshua had already expressed his gratitude to the medical profession for his devotion without limit. On Twitter, the champion does not hide his admiration for those who “give everything they have to keep us in good health, and concluded, “We see you, we love you, we thank you and we are in awe of you“. A beautiful tribute that had collected nearly 16,000 “likes”.


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