No more outings for Kate Middleton. The Duchess of Cambridge, who has multiplied appearances since the lifting of confinement in the United Kingdom will have to update her schedule and postpone certain appointments: she will have to spend the next few days at home. As Kensington Palace indicated in a press release unveiled on social networks, Prince William’s wife is in contact. The identity of the person infected with the virus has not been disclosed.
After having been in contact, last week, with a person contaminated by Covid-19, Kate Middleton is therefore forced into isolation … for ten days. And this, even if her last PCR test was negative and she does not show any symptoms as clarified by Kensington Palace. According to reports from the Daily Mail, Kate Middleton was warned during the evening of Friday, July 2 after attending the fifth day of Wimbledon at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in London.
Kate Middleton: Has she had both doses of the vaccine?
Very grateful for the work of hospital staff, and in favor of vaccination, Kate Middleton did not hesitate to be vaccinated. On May 29, she announced on social networks that she had received the first injection. “Yesterday I received my first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine at the Science Museum in London. I am extremely grateful to everyone who is playing a role in this deployment – thank you for everything you do,” he said. she proudly writes.
In the press release unveiled by Kensington Palace, it is indicated that Meghan Markle’s sister-in-law received both doses. Harry’s brother can continue his visits while keeping his distance from the people he meets. He is also vaccinated.
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