Prince Charles and Greta Thunberg are the last in the list of famous personalities who have now been tested positive for COVI19. Greta Thunberg and her father have both tested positive and think they contracted it on a tour of Europe, but Prince Charles thinks he may have contracted it from Prince Albert of Monaco, who has also been infected with the deadly bug. All three people are now in isolation, while the 71-year-old Prince has confined himself to his Balmoral property.

1 Greta Thunberg and her father are both covid19 positive

Teen activist Greta Thunberg and her father are isolated within themselves because both she and her father-actor Svante Thunberg are infected. Before the closing period, both the teenager and her father were on a train journey when they started showing symptoms of the disease. Thunberg posted on Instagram that she suffered from chills, fever, sore throat, cough and fatigue after returning from a trip to Brussels.

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2 She explained in a video on Instagram how she got it

The 17-year-old environmentalist also spoke in a video saying her father was more symptoms such as fever from which she has recovered. She said: & # 39; I have been isolated for the past two weeks and then got the virus. "I came home from Central Europe and was isolated from the start because I thought I was as good as on a train … and that's why I don't want to endanger anyone else. & # 39; But then after a few days I started to feel some symptoms. Most importantly, I didn't feel that sick. & # 39; At the same time, my dad felt much more intense symptoms. & # 39;

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3 She's in self-isolation away from family

In her Instagram post, Thunberg said she isolated herself in an apartment and lives away from her sister and mother after showing signs and symptoms 11 days ago. She says she wanted to raise awareness about how easily the virus can be transmitted without anyone realizing it. She says, & # 39; I actually didn't feel like I was sick. I may have felt extremely tired, I was coughing a little. "That's because I'm not in a risk group, I didn't take it very seriously. That is also very dangerous because you don't know you have it.

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