Prince Albert of Monaco has tested positive for COVID-19 coronavirus, his palace declared on Thursday afternoon.
Albert II, the principality’s 62-year-old head of state is continuing to operate from his flat along with his condition of health isn’t a cause for concern,” a statement said.
“Prince Albert II, who’d analyzed at the start of the week, is COVID-19 favorable,” it read.
“His state of health doesn’t lead to any concern.
“Albert has been treated with his own GP and specialists in the Princess Grace Hospital.
It’s three days following Serge Telle, the city-state’s prime minister, also tested positive for the virus.