Prince of Monaco Tests Positive for Coronavirus

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
March 20, 2020

They’re saying “this is the first head of state to test positive,” but actually, it was obvious that both the PMs of Canada and Spain had it, and they just came out and said it was only their wives.

NPR:

Prince Albert II of Monaco has tested positive for COVID-19, making him the first reigning monarch or head of state to publicly announce a diagnosis for the coronavirus-caused respiratory disease.

In a statement, officials from the city-state palace said despite the findings, the prince’s health “is not worrying at all.”

Albert is 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. He was formally invested as the country’s leader in 2005.

“His Serene Highness urges the people of Monaco to respect the measures of confinement and to limit contact with others to a minimum,” the palace’s statement said, adding that he will continue to work from his offices and that he remains in contact with members of his government.

It’s a time when it is very dangerous to be famous, because this disease apparently only affects famous people.

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