Everything We Know About Prince Charles' Second COVID-19 Diagnosis

Prince Charles is isolating after becoming reinfected with COVID-19, according to Reuters. The Prince of Wales, 73, is fully vaccinated. He tested positive after meeting with "dozens" of people celebrating the work of the British Asian Trust at the British Museum, according to CNN. Charles first became infected with COVID-19 in March 2020. Sky News reported at the time that he was experiencing mild symptoms but otherwise was in good health.

"This morning The Prince of Wales has tested positive for COVID-19 and is now self-isolating," read a tweet from Clarence House, the official Twitter account for Charles his wife, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. "HRH is deeply disappointed not to be able to attend today's events in Winchester and will look to reschedule his visit as soon as possible," the post continued. The tweet did not mention if Prince Charles was experiencing any symptoms or the state of his condition.

Charles recently met with Queen Elizabeth

Reuters reported Charles recently met with his mother, Queen Elizabeth, 95. However, she is currently not exhibiting any symptoms of the illness. A source told CNN that the queen's situation will be monitored. The monarch received both COVID-19 vaccines in April, according to People. The queen spent a night in the hospital last October for undisclosed reasons, and Reuters reported that her doctors advised her to rest. She recently celebrated 70 years on the throne, and a source told Reuters that she was planning on returning to her normal duties and making a number of public appearances next month.

Charles and Camilla received their first vaccines in February 2021 (via CBS News), and they received booster shots in December, per Reuters. Camilla tested negative for COVID-19 on Thursday, per the BBC, and she is expected to continue with her social commitments, according to CNN.