Belgium: “Confirmed Covid-19 case within the royal family”: King and Queen postpone activities

King Philippe and Queen Mathilde have decided “as a precaution” to postpone their planned activities for the coming days, after “a confirmed Covid-19 case within the royal family”. It would be one of the youngest children of the royal couple, our editors learn from a good source. “Following a confirmed Covid-19 case within the Royal Family, Their Majesties the King and Queen have decided to limit their contacts in the coming days as a precaution, in accordance with the health regulations in force,” it said in a press release on Thursday. . “The activities on the King’s and Queen’s agenda this week and next Monday will therefore be postponed or cancelled.” The king and queen themselves already underwent a PCR test, the results of which were negative. In concrete terms, this means that the BeHeroes event on Thursday afternoon will not take place. Eight “everyday heroes who make a big difference with small actions” would normally be received at the royal palace, but that event is now cancelled. On Friday, the royal couple would make an appearance in the King Baudouin Stadium at the start of the Memorial Van Damme, and a visit by Queen Mathilde to the Antwerspe ModeMuseum will be missed. volume_upcontent_copysharestar_border

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