Prince William’s first official coronavirus treatment is ‘absolutely fantastic’
Royal family doctor David Tennant has given an emotional account of his first treatment for coronaviruses at the Royal Adelaide Hospital.
The prince is now back in full contact with his family and they are “so happy and content” with his condition, Dr Tennant said.
“He’s been out of hospital for over two weeks and is doing really well,” Dr Tennan told news.com.au.
“There are no serious symptoms and it’s just a very good thing for him to be back in his normal life.”
There’s been some complications but there’s been no real issue with him in any way.
The doctor was speaking on ABC’s 7:30 program on Monday. “
I think it’s been a really positive first two weeks, the first time that we’ve had an opportunity to see him,” Dr MacGilvray said.
The doctor was speaking on ABC’s 7:30 program on Monday.
“The main problem with his illness is the virus.
The virus is there and it has caused the problems that he’s had.”
Dr Tennant, who has previously treated celebrities such as Kate Middleton and Princess Diana, has seen “a lot” of celebrities with CFS and said the treatment he is receiving “is absolutely fantastic”.
“I can’t believe the difference in the two days,” Dr James said.
Dr James said it was the first week of full-blown infection but that he was “just getting through” and was feeling “pretty good”.
Dr MacGullar said the patient was in good spirits, and was doing well.
The Royal Adelaide hospital said it had also treated three patients with Cfs who were being monitored.
It is also continuing to monitor two people who had contact with the patient on Saturday and are being monitored on Monday, and two others with symptoms.
In the last week, the hospital has treated four patients with other coronaviral diseases, including two with MRSA and one with Pneumocystis carinii.
A third patient was discharged from hospital on Saturday, but his condition has not been made public.
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