His symptoms are mild, says the BBC.
God save the Queen.
Thanks to Jonas Kaufmann who had no symptoms.
That is a horrible thing to say!
He is much older than me. If his symptoms are mild that gives me some hope.
But beware, if ‘t be true thou art not a prince and nay blue blood flows through thy veins thou art doom’d.
Most people who get it have very mild symptoms. Many people don’t have any symptoms at all. At the moment, with some exceptions (e.g. Prince Charles), most countries are only testing people with serious symptoms. In Britain 11,658 have been diagnosed, but the true number is certainly over 100,000 and likely over 200,000.
Germany is an exception, since they are testing many more people. They find only 3-per-thousand die. South Korea also had extensive testing and found fewer that one person in 20 needed intensive care.
Most of the people who are dying already have serious health problems, and often would have died from their underlying health problems anyway.
He MUST stop shaking hands !
Or use Imperial Leather after the next soap opera.
Prince Charles has not been shaking hands with anyone for a while he clasps hands together in a namaste position.
Freemasons love shaking hands don’t they?
It’s too bad that Charles is infected, but it’s worse to think how many he in turn infected. Stay home! And don’t visit mum!
He’s probably in Balmoral disinfecting his throat with a wee dram.
Kings or paupers, may all people that contract this terrible disease recover and not suffer beyond their strength.
Kings or paupers, may all people that contract ANY KIND OF terrible disease recover and not suffer beyond their strength.
Prince Charles is a keen amateur cellist and enthusiastic lover of the arts. He deserves a place here and our best wishes.
Well said, Edgar.
BBC reports today that Prince Charles and Camilla are out of isolation and doing well.
I forgot to say earlier that he is also an outspoken critic of modern architecture, another point in his favor.
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