Thursday, March 26, 2020

COVID-19 & The Royals: Archduke Karl Of Austria Has Recovered!

Archduke Karl of Austria
Archduke Karl, the Head of the Imperial House of Austria, has announced that he has recovered from the coronavirus. He was diagnosed earlier in March after testing positive for COVID-19. At that time, he began the required quarantine regimen. Recently, Karl tested negative and is now in the clear, health-wise.

Karl of Austria released the following statement:
I have just received a notification that the quarantine has been lifted after a negative corona test. After being infected with the Covid-19 virus, I am officially healthy again after almost three weeks. 
I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who sent me wishes for recovery through various channels. Even if this removes the domestic quarantine for me, it is not a return to normal life for me either. My location makes it necessary to stay at home. This is the best way to curb the spread of the virus. 
In all organizations in Austria in which I hold a management function, the events have been canceled for the next two months. Including the VI. Otto von Habsburg symposium, which should have been devoted to the topic of "freedom." 
Now we have to take responsibility in freedom, take care of ourselves and thus our fellow human beings, and stay at home.


Karl's son Archduke Ferdinand is currently serving in the Austrian military. Part of Ferdinand's role is in maintaining the nation's food supply chain.

We hope that all of our readers stay safe and healthy during this time!

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