The Kings Felipe and Letizia give negative in the tests for coronavirus

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The Kings Felipe and Letizia give negative in the tests for coronavirus

THEY ARE HEALTHY

A day after undergoing the tests of the COVID-19 it has been known that Kings do not have the virus.


The Kings Felipe and Letizia give negative in the tests for coronavirus
Queen Letizia and Irene Montero in his first official act togetherQueen Letizia and Irene Montero in his first official act together

The Kings Felipe and Letizia were at risk due to the close contact that the Queen had with the owner of the portfolio equal. Their first official meeting took place on 6 march 2020 when both participated in the work table of the Association for the Prevention, Reintegration and Attention of Prostituted Woman in Madrid. The Queen and the Minister greeted each other, sat together and chatteredthus , it is shown that there was a close contact, and therefore a risk of contagion.

The trip to Paris of the Kings

The Monarch and her consort had had a normal life until that officially started the health emergency in Spain. From Monday 9 march 2020 measures were taken in the Community of Madrid and the Basque country cancelled acts in Madrid and Logroñoin particular the concert In Memoriam organized by the Foundation of Victims of Terrorism in the National Auditorium of Madrid and the act of the proclamation of the winner of the Prize Foundation Princess of Girona in the category ‘Arts and Letters’ of Logroño.

Emmanuel Macron and Brigitte Macron welcomed to the Kings Felipe and Letizia at the ElyseeEmmanuel Macron and Brigitte Macron welcomed to the Kings Felipe and Letizia at the Elysee

Yes it kept on changing its trip to Paris. The Kings had lunch at the Elysée palace with the French President and the First LadyEmmanuel Macron and Brigitte Macron, who greeted without kissing or shaking handsalthough while the President of the Republic touched the arm of the King, the Queen did the same thing with the First Lady of France.

After lunch, the four were moved to the plaza of the Trocadero of Paris to attend the event organized by the European Commission on the occasion of the European Day for Victims of Terrorism. There, , while maintaining the distances relevant to avoid contamination.