The prince of Monaco Albert II revealed a coronavirus, according to a communiqué of the princely palace.
“His Highness the Highness Prince of Monaco Albert II, who passed the analysis at the beginning of the week, is positive on COVID-19. His health does not cause any concern,” the document says. It is noted that the doctor is monitoring the health of the prince. Albert II continues to work from his office, he is in constant contact with members of the government and his closest associates, the palace said.
“His Grace is asking the people of Monaco to observe measures to restrict movement and minimize contacts. Only strict adherence to the rules will delay the spread of coronavirus,” the communique emphasizes.
The Princely Palace will continue to continue to publish information on the health status of the 62-year-old monarch.
On March 11, the World Health Organization announced a pandemic outbreak of coronavirus infection COVID-19, spreading from China. According to the latest data, around 220 thousand people were infected around the world, almost nine thousand of them died.