In Spain, classes did not resume until the schools had closed for six months. A student who attends the school of the two princesses contracted the virus.
Lhe daughters of Spain’s King Felipe must be quarantined for two weeks because they may have been exposed to the coronavirus in their school, Spanish media wrote on Friday. Crown Princess Leonor, 14, and her 13-year-old sister, Princess Sofia, are due to stay home for two weeks, like other students at their school.
In Spain, classes did not resume until the schools had closed for six months. Both princesses went to school on Friday.
Starting Monday, the class will take online classes. The royal family confirms to the Spanish media that King Felipe, Queen Letizia, Princess Leonor and Sofía “respect the regulations and sanitary indications” of health organizations.
The number of coronavirus infections in Spain is again on the rise. As of Friday, 12,183 cases have been recorded, which is the biggest increase since the start of the pandemic. In Belgium, the red code applies to Spain. This means that non-essential travel within the country is prohibited.