Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, who has been tested positive for COVID-19, is now in isolation at Amalienborg Palace.

  • Princess Mary is positive for Covid-19, and she is now isolating at Amalienborg Palace 
  • Covid is not known to have spread to other family members.
  • Due to an increase of cases, Denmark was forced last week to reinstate restrictions
  • Schools students in Grades 10 and below were required to return to remote education 
  • Restaurants, nightclubs, and bars were all ordered to close by midnight. 

A spike in European countries has led to the positive test for Covid-19 by Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, Tasmanian.

‘Her Royal Highness is staying in isolation at Frederik VIII’s Palace at Amalienberg. A spokesperson stated that there is no evidence of other family members being infected.

The Royal House of Denmark received advice regarding infection detection from the Danish Patient Safety Authority in connection to their test results.

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark (pictured) has tested positive to Covid-19

The Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, (pictured), has passed Covid-19.

“The Crown Princess will be kept in isolation until it becomes safe to do so again according to applicable guidelines.”

Denmark had to reinstate Covid-19 restrictions after the Omicron version took hold. This was in reaction to the soaring number of cases. 

Schools and colleges had to be closed, but children under 10 years old were given instructions to go back to distant learning.

In a four-week long crackdown, bars and nightclubs were ordered to close at midnight. 

Princess Mary (pictured) is isolating in a wing at Amalienberg Palace

Pictured: Princess Mary is seen isolating at Amalienberg Palace’s wing.

It is the first country in Europe to have children immunized against Covid-19. A booster shot program will be launched soon. 

Crown Princess Mary, born in Hobart was married to Crown Prince Frederik at the Sydney 2000 Olympics. 

Four children were born to the couple: Prince Christian and Princess Isabella; and twins Prince Vincent & Princess Josephine. 

In December 2013, their son Prince Christian was positive for coronavirus.