British Crown Prince Charles, who will turn 73 in November this year, and his 73-year-old wife Camilla received an insidious virus vaccine as a representative of the risk group.

The Duke of Cornwall and the Duchess belong to the age group that the UK ranks among the priority people for vaccination against covid-19, so the Island is publicly calling on all those who have not yet been vaccinated to do so now, and this week the king’s spouse also responded. The British court has confirmed that they received the first dose of the vaccine, joining the 12.6 million people in the UK who have already been vaccinated. There has been a lot of speculation in the British media about whether Charles, a coronavirus with mild symptoms – except that he had no sense of smell or taste for two months after recovering from the infection – should be vaccinated in March last year. But they did so without hesitation, at least that’s what Buckingham Palace says in an official statement. Otherwise, the most prominent members of the British royal family are one of those famous faces who strongly support vaccination, although the vast majority of people are still skeptical of the vaccine.