Princess Leonor has tested negative in the PCR test she underwent after it was confirmed that one of her classmates was infected, although, although she is not infected with coronavirus, she will maintain the preventive quarantine, they have reported sources of the Royal House.
The result of the test has been known after last Friday it was reported that the eldest daughter of the Kings should remain isolated for two weeks, like the rest of her classmates from the private school Santa María de los Rosales, located in the Madrid district of Aravaca.
Despite being negative in the PCR, the princess “will fulfill the quarantine that, with preventive character, It was recommended by the school where she studies, “according to sources.
Leonor de Borbón, who will be 15 years old on October 31, began her fourth year of Compulsory Secondary Education (ESO) classes last Wednesday.
On her first day of class, she arrived by car accompanied by Felipe VI and Infanta Sofía, who returned to class on Friday to attend second year of ESO accompanied by her sister. Both, protected by a mask, had their temperature taken before entering the building.
After the positive detected, the school management sent the families a message of reassurance assuring that “there is no cause for alarm” and that the origin of the contagion was external.
“The rest of the students of the school can and should go to their classes without much concern,” was stated in the email sent to the families of the students.
Although the result of the princess’s test was not known, the kings have continued their official activity this week, with various acts that Don Felipe and Doña Letizia have developed together, as in the visit they have made today to Zaragoza, or separately. Felipe VI inaugurated last Monday in Madrid an exhibition on the National Geographic Institute and yesterday, Tuesday, he met with the president of the Xunta de Galicia, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, and with the lehendakari, Iñigo Urkullu. In the case of the queen, on Monday she presided over the opening of the school year in two towns in Navarra.