Princess Leonor does not have Covid-19 but remains in quarantine

Princess Leonor does not have Covid-19 but remains in quarantine

Princess Leonor of Spain has tested negative for Covid-19. However, she must continue her quarantine at the Zarzuela Palace in Madrid.

Princess Leonor of Spain, July 22, 2020

Princess Leonor of Spain, July 22, 2020

The result fell. Princess Leonor from Spain is negative for Covid-19. The young heiress to the crown of Spain, who will turn 15 on October 31, had to undergo a PCR test, as a contact person of a classmate contaminated by the coronavirus.

To reread: Leonor from Spain, already in quarantine, three days after returning to school

Signaling this good news this Wednesday September 16, 2020 at the end of the afternoon, on the basis of information from the Royal House, “Hello!»Emphasizes that the Princess of Asturias must however continue the fortnight recommended, as a preventive measure by her school, for all the students in her class and continue to follow her courses digitally from her home in the Zarzuela Palace. The Spanish magazine recalls that questioned this Monday about her eldest daughter, Queen Letizia had assured that she “was fine”.

Leonor found herself in quarantine after just three days of school

Princess Leonor had returned to school, at the Santa Maria de los Rosales College in Madrid where she is educated, on September 9, 2020 in 4th year of ESO (equivalent of our second). For young Spaniards, this is their last year of compulsory secondary education where the option for the baccalaureate is made. But after three days of school, we learned that she was – already – in quarantine.

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