Denmark: Queen Margrethe II tests covid positive


Denish Royal House informed on Wednesday that Queen Margrethe II had tested positive for the Covid-19; she was only having mild symptoms.

The court said in a statement that the 81-year-old monarch, who already had received the third dose of the vaccine in November, tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday evening.


The most favourite queen, who recently celebrated her 50 years on the throne, had to withdraw a planned holiday trip to Norway and is isolating herself at Copenhagen‘s palace following the present health recommendations.

Despite scrapping all domestic COVID-19 limitations last week, Danish authorities still recommend covid infected patients to isolate for at least four days and stop socializing.

The Nordic country declares a return “to life as we knew it” despite recording new cases figures, claiming that a high vaccine uptake and mild illness caused by the Omicron variant allowed it to do so.

Margrethe II is not the first Nordic monarch to be infected with the deadly novel coronavirus. The king and queen of Sweden, aged 75 and 78, tested positive in early January; Spanish King Felipe VI tested positive for COVID-19.

The whole of the nation is praying for her good health so that she can fight against the deadly virus and rejoin her family and nation.

So far, Denmark has registered some 10.4 million cases of the virus and 95,000 deaths.



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