HRH Crown Prince Hussein of Jordan has tested positive for COVID-19.
In a statement from the Royal Hashemite Court, the Crown Prince had undergone a routine examination after displaying “mild symptoms” of the virus.
While the 27-year-old has tested positive, he “remains in good health” and is currently in isolation.
Per the statement from the Jordanian royals, King Abdullah II and Queen Rania, who are both vaccinated against coronavirus, both tested negative.
However, in line with Jordan’s COVID-19 rules, they will both self-quarantine for five days.
Statement from the Royal Hashemite Courthttps://t.co/Qq2AFmIijD
— RHC (@RHCJO) September 27, 2021
The announcement of Crown Prince Hussein contracting COVID-19 came on the same day as his younger sister, Princess Iman’s birthday.
The young royal turned 25 on September 26 the day after her younger sibling, Princess Salma, celebrated her 21st birthday.
In celebration of both princesses’ birthdays, four new royal portraits were shared one by Queen Rania with her daughters, one of Crown Prince Hussein with his sisters and then two separate portraits of Princess Salma and Princess Iman with their father, the King of Jordan.
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