Prince of Monaco Albert II, the first head of state who was diagnosed with the coronavirus disease COVID-19, was recognized as healthy, and doctors allowed him to quarantine.
The 62-year-old Prince of Monaco, Albert II, was completely cured of the coronavirus disease COVID-19, the press service of the prince’s palace said on Facebook March evening.
“The doctors who monitored the condition of Prince Albert II after infection, today allowed him to end the quarantine period. The sovereign was declared cured and completely healthy,” the statement said.
The prince was able to join his wife, Princess Charlene, and the children, Crown Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella.
Prince of Monaco became the first head of state in the world to have confirmed the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus infection. The diagnosis was announced on March 19 by the palace press service. Albert II went to self-isolation, remaining in the palace all alone.
On March 29, the monarch announced that he was feeling much better, although he was still a little bothered by a cough.
An outbreak of COVID-19 coronavirus infection began in December 2019 in Wuhan, China. March 11, the World Health Organization announced the spread of coronavirus pandemic.
According to American Johns Hopkins University, on the evening of March 31, the total number of infected people in the world exceeded 846 thousand, of which 176 thousand recovered, and more than 41 thousand people died.