Princess Charlene of Monaco a tested positive at Covid-19, but his health “does not inspire any concern,” the Principality said in a statement on Saturday. “In accordance with the health rules in force, Princess Charlene will observe a period of isolation of several days,” continued the princely palace.
Returning to Le Rocher in March after a long absence due to health problems, Princess Charlène described herself as “more serene” but acknowledged in the press in late May that her state of health was “still fragile”. Her husband, Prince Albert II of Monaco, who was first infected with the coronavirus at the beginning of the 2020 epidemic, had was tested positive again at Covid-19 last April.
Since May 12, wearing a mask indoors is no longer mandatory in Monaco outside of health facilities, senior accommodation facilities, public transport and taxis. Since the outbreak began, more than 12,000 people have been affected by Covid-19 in this small principality of 40,000.