NewsPrince George: Did his parents put him in danger?

Prince George: Did his parents put him in danger?

Prince George was allowed to accompany his parents William and Kate to the European Championship round of 16. Despite rising incidence, the Royals celebrated the English victory with 45,000 fans in the stadium.

London – The European Championship round of 16 against England did not end well for the German national soccer team. 0: 2 lost the team of national coach Jogi Löw (61) and flew out of the tournament. Live in London’s Wembley Stadium were also representatives of the British royal family, who loudly cheered on their “Three Lions”. Prince William (39), Duchess Kate (39) and Prince George (7) were personally honored.

A total of 45,000 fans were allowed to watch the game at Wembley Stadium, which was half full. That is why massive criticism had already been raised in advance. In Great Britain, the delta variant of the coronavirus is causing an increasing number of cases, the 7-day incidence on the day of the EM game was 169.2. Whether it was such a good idea for the duke couple to take their son into an arena full of people is questionable. Could Kate and William put Prince George in danger? *

Although the family was of course not in the middle of the fan block, but in a separate box, there is always a residual risk of Covid infection at an event of this size. The Duke of Cambridge was vaccinated against the coronavirus for the first time a few weeks ago, and his wife received her first vaccination just days later. It is not known whether both were given the second dose. At the age of seven, George has not yet been vaccinated. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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