[CORONAVIRUS UPDATE] 'PRINCE ALBERT' BECOMES THE FIRST KNOWN HEAD OF STATE TO BE INFECTED WITH THE VIRUS AND TESTS POSITIVE FOR COVID-19!!!

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Prince Albertis one of the world’s wealthiest royals and serves as the head of state for one of the smallest countries on the planet, with about 40,000 residents. The 62-Year-old is continuing to work from the office in his private apartments and remains in contact with members of his cabinet and government.

‘Prince Albert’ of Monaco has tested positive for COVID-19 making him the first reigning monarch or head of state to publicly announced a diagnosis for the coronavirus caused respiratory diseases. Prince Albert is being treated by specialists from Princess Grace Hospital, named after his famous American mother, formerly known as Grace Kelly.

On the basis of The World Health Organisation (WHO) reports as of Thursday there are 9 Coronavirus cases in Monaco while France, which surrounds the tiny Mediterranean country is one of the most severely hit by the new virus with nearly 11,000 cases and more than 370 deaths.

Prince Albert speaks fluent in English and French, Albert graduated from Amherst College in Massachusetts with a degree in political science in 1981, and is a member of the International Olympic Committee. It says Albert is continuing to work form his home office in the palace and is in constant contact with members of his government. Prince Albert became a five-time Olympic bobsledder and in last years has been a global environmental campaigner. Albert has also urged the 39,000 inhabitants of Monaco to observe quarantine rules to stop the spread of the virus a statement said.

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Our country is facing one of the worst health crises in its history, He said in a televised address, before announcing sweeping travel regulations and economic supports. The formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix was set to take place on May 24, Organizers said that it would not be possible to schedule the event for another day. He is the tenth confirmed case of COVID-19 in the principality, which shares a border with France.

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