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Danish Queen Margrethe now out of isolation after being COVID-19 positive

After a mild infection with COVID-19, the Danish Monarch is no longer in isolation at Amalienborg the Royal House announces.

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By Bente D. Knudsen  Picture: Keld Navntofte, Kongehuset

Good news for all royalists ( in Denmark 4 out of 5 are!), Queen Margrethe has recovered from her coronavirus infection and she can now break her isolation.

The 81-year-old Queen has had her 3 vaccine shots and she was set to travel to Norway for her winter holiday last week. The travel plans have been cancelled the royal calendar shows.

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The Crown Prince family are travelling abroad, the Crown Prince family own a chalet in Verbier in Switzerland where they have previously spent many winter holidays.

In Denmark, the main school holiday weeks during the winter are weeks 7 and 8 in February.

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