King and queen of Norway out of quarantine after negative corona test

King Harald - queen SonjaPhoto: Heiko Junge / NTB
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The Royal House stated that the royal couple has been tested for corona and that no infection has been detected.

King Harald and Queen Sonja were quarantined last week after an employee at the Palace was diagnosed with COVID-19.

On Thursday morning, the Royal House announced that the royal couple is out of quarantine and back to official duties from Friday after getting negative test results. 

All employees at the Palace who were quarantined have also tested negative and are on their way back to work.

On Thursday, newspaper Expressen reported that Prince Carl Philip of Sweden and his wife, Princess Sofia, tested positive for coronavirus.

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