Prince William Battled COVID-19 In April, British Media Reports

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, kept it secret that he has been tested positive for COVID-19. He didn’t want the public to worry about his health and was looking ahead to avoid panic among the masses amid the pandemic. He was diagnosed after Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Prince Charles were contacted the deadly COVID-19. It was the darkest days of the pandemic when they battled the virus. While they were struggling from the coronavirus, around a thousand people were dying every day in Britain, and there were more than 50,000 active COVID-19 cases. Prince William got treatment from the palace physicians. He was quarantined at Anmer Hall in Norfolk. 

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Prince William’s Commitment Towards Work 

Despite being rocked by the deadly disease, the Duke of Cambridge makes 14 video and telephonic calls to NHS workers for letting them know how proud he was of their commitment. There was a stage, where it was difficult for him to breathe. The situation was quite difficult for everyone around him. Prince William has behaved maturely and quarantined himself so that no one else could get contacted with the virus. Moreover, he also didn’t reveal that he COVID-19 positive to not create panic among the masses. 

Prince William Battled COVID-19 In April

Prince William was coronavirus positive in April. However, the Duke of Cambridge recovered at a faster pace. He quarantined himself at Anmer Hall in Norfolk. There was a situation when it was hard for him to breathe, and the situation was difficult for everyone around him to endure. Duke of Cambridge kept it a secret that he coronavirus positive. He didn’t let the nation know about his health conditions as Prince Charles and Prime Minister Boris Johnson was already tested positive. However, his wife and Duchesses of Cambridge didn’t test positive for the virus. In a statement, Prince William said that important things were going on, and I didn’t want to worry anyone.