Sophie from Wessex went into quarantine

Sophie from Wessex went into quarantine

Countess Sophie of Wessex has quarantined herself, after having known to be a contact case of a person positive for Covid-19.

Countess Sophie of Wessex, October 1, 2020

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Countess Sophie of Wessex, October 1, 2020

There is no risk of seeing Sophie from Wessex again in the next few days. She has self-contained in Bagshot Park, where she has resided with her husband Prince Edward since their marriage in 1999, the “Daily Mail»This Friday, October 9, 2020, following a statement by a spokesperson for Buckingham Palace. He revealed that Queen Elizabeth II’s daughter-in-law had been in contact earlier in the week with a person who has since tested positive for Covid-19. Although she has no symptoms, the Countess of Wessex “follows all appropriate government guidelines and is self-isolating at home,” he said.

To see again in photos: Sophie, elegant in her Prada coat to feed goats and alpacas

Asked about this, this spokesperson assured that she had not seen any other member of the royal family since she had met this person. This answer is obviously heard outside her relatives – her husband and their children, Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn – and obviously refers primarily to the 94-year-old sovereign. Which relocated this Tuesday, October 6 in her Windsor Castle, after his holidays spent in those of Balmoral in Scotland then of Sandringham in Norfolk.

Sophie wore a mask this Wednesday at the National Space Center in Leicester

After taking part this Sunday October 4 at the Virtual London Marathon, Sophie went to the National Space Center in Leicester on Wednesday, October 7, on the occasion of World Space Week. Both a museum, an educational resource covering the fields of space science and astronomy and the site of a space research program in partnership with the University of Leicester, the National Space Center has recently reopened, with measurements of distancing. The Countess of Wessex, who was pictured wearing a cloth mask, was joined there by astronaut Helen Sharman – the first Briton and the first non-Soviet and non-American woman to go to space, in 1991- with where she participated in a live, satellite-transmitted question-and-answer session on how to inspire the next generation to embrace science and space education. She also chatted with a few students attending the National Space Academy’s space engineering course. But it is not known whether it was during one of these two engagements or in another setting that she met the infected person.


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