The spokesperson of UK Crown Prince Charles, said on Monday that the Prince of Wales left the self-imposed quarantine. He pointed out that the prince was in good health after he consulted with personal physician.\r\n\r\nThe prince was quarantined in the royal palace in Clearance House. Sources of the palace revealed on Wednesday that tests of the Coronavirus of the Prince Charles, 71 years, were positive. The firstborn of Queen Eightieth II was in good conditions.\r\n\r\nAfter he was diagnosed with the Coronavirus, he decided to impose self- quarantine in his house in Aberdeen city in Scotland.\r\n\r\nThe royal statement assured that tests of Duchess of Cornwall Camilla, spouse of the prince, were negative.\r\nShe volunteered to enter the self-imposed quarantine bedside her husband.\r\n\r\nCharles was following government advice to self-isolate for seven days after he first had the symptoms. However, those who live with someone with symptoms must self-isolate for 14 days, because it can take this long for the symptoms to appear.\r\n\r\nThe royal couple have been staying at Birkhall, their Scottish retreat on the Balmoral estate, and Charles was tested by the NHS on Monday of last week.\r\n\r\nHis self-isolation lasted seven days based on government and medical guidelines, and h A Clarence House spokesman said: 'Clarence House has confirmed today that, having consulted with his doctor, the Prince of Wales is now out of self-isolation.'\r\n\r\nMeanwhile it emerged yesterday that one of the Queen's footmen has tested positive for coronavirus, sparking further fears for the monarch's health.\r\n\r\nHowever Buckingham Palace insisted again that the 93-year-old Queen was in good health and that every precaution was being taken.\r\n\r\nHe will continue to be able to hold meetings and go for exercise.\r\n\r\nOn March 10, Charles attended a round table conference with Prince Albert of Monaco, who subsequently revealed he had tested positive for Covid-19.\r\n\r\nThat week Charles also met celebrities including Ant and Dec and Ronnie Wood at a major Prince's Trust Event, held an investiture at Buckingham Palace, and attended a charity dinner with Lord Archer and his wife, Dame Mary.\r\n\r\nOn March 13, the prince went to stay at Highgrove, where he was visited by the Duchess of Cornwall, who has a home, Raymill, nearby, and held private meetings with staff, organisations and tenants.