Prince Philip’s health condition is “improving slightly”


Prince Philip’s health condition is “improving slightly”

Wednesday – 20 Rajab 1442 AH – 03 March 2021 AD

Prince Philip, husband of the Queen of Britain (EPA)

London: “Middle East Online”

Camilla, wife of Prince Charles, said during a visit to a vaccination center in London, that the health condition of Prince Philip (99 years), Queen Elizabeth II’s husband, who was hospitalized two weeks ago, is “improving slightly”.
Prince Philip was transferred to the hospital on February 16 (February) and treated for an infection, and then transferred to another hospital for heart checks, which raised fears of a deteriorating health condition.
“Sometimes it hurts,” said Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, adding: “We reserve hope.”
Buckingham Palace said in a statement Monday that “The Duke of Edinburgh was transferred today from King Edward VII Hospital to St. Bartholomew’s Hospital, where doctors will complete his treatment of inflammation, and undergo examinations and monitoring due to previously diagnosed heart problems.”
The hospital is located near St. Paul’s Cathedral in central London and houses the largest cardiovascular service in Europe, according to its website.
Prince Philip, the husband of Queen Elizabeth II, was hospitalized “as a precautionary measure” on February 16 because of a health problem. Buckingham Palace announced a few days later that he was hospitalized as a result of an infection whose details were not revealed.
His son, Prince Charles, heir to the throne, visited him in the hospital. And his grandson Prince William confirmed last week that the Duke of Edinburgh is in good health and his doctors are closely monitoring his condition.
Prince Philip retired from public life in August 2017 after participating in more than 22,000 official events since his wife’s accession to the throne in 1952. He continues to accompany the Queen in some public appearances.
In June 2017, Prince Philip was hospitalized, where he spent two nights after “an infection related to a previously diagnosed disease.” He underwent hip surgery in 2018.
And in January (January) 2019. He had a car accident after his “Land Rover” vehicle collided with another car upon leaving Sandringham, causing his car to overturn. He survived the accident, but subsequently gave up his driver’s license.
At the end of December of the same year, he was admitted to the Edward VII Hospital, where he spent four nights: “Under surveillance due to previously diagnosed health problems,” according to the British royal departments.
Prince Philip will celebrate his 100th birthday on June 10.

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