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Prince Charles, Wife Camilia Receive COVID-19 Vaccine



The prince examined optimistic for the coronavirus throughout in March. (File)


Britain’s heir-to-the-throne Prince Charles and his spouse Camilla have had their first doses of a COVID-19 vaccine, his workplace Clarence House stated on Wednesday.

Charles, 72, joins his mom Queen Elizabeth, 94, and her 99-year-old husband Prince Philip, who had the pictures in January, in having a primary dose of the vaccines that are at present being rolled out to tens of millions throughout Britain.

“The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall have had their first COVID-19 vaccinations,” Clarence House stated in a short assertion, declining to elaborate on when Charles and Camilla, 73, acquired the shot.

The prince examined optimistic for the coronavirus through the first wave of the pandemic in March final yr however stated he was lucky to have suffered solely comparatively gentle signs and returned to good well being.

So far, Britain has delivered vaccine pictures to about 13 million folks and is on track to achieve these in its prime 4 precedence teams, which incorporates all these over 70, by subsequent week.


Last December, whereas visiting a vaccination centre close to his residence in west England, Charles stated he can be “way down the list” for a shot however would “absolutely” have one.

Usually the royal household resist giving out particulars of such well being points, saying they’re a non-public matter however have determined to make public their vaccinations to keep away from any hypothesis.

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