19 April 2020

2020-04-19 The Head of the House of Romanov Has Recovered from Coronavirus

The Head of the Imperial House of Russia, H.I.H. The Grand Duchess Maria of Russia, has recovered from coronavirus.


From the very beginning of this pandemic, the Grand Duchess has strictly complied with all quarantine measures mandated by governmental authorities and public health officials in the Kingdom of Spain.  Toward the end of March, however, Her Imperial Highness began experiencing several mild flu-like symptoms that persisted for several days, and so was tested for COVID-19.  The test returned positive.  By God’s mercy, the Grand Duchess has fully recovered and has now developed a full immunity to this virus.  The Grand Duchess received the results of her follow-up tests on Great and Holy Friday, April 17.


At present, the Head of the Imperial House of Russia is out of danger, but she continues to observe the quarantine regime in accordance with the procedure established by governmental and public health authorities in Spain.  The Grand Duchess’s visit to Russia, which was originally planned for May 2020, has been postponed indefinitely.


Her Imperial Highness congratulates all her countrymen the world over on the Bright Feast of the Resurrection of Christ.  She wishes good health for everyone and prays for a quick and complete end to this global disaster.


The Grand Duchess’s son and heir, H.I.H. The Tsesarevich and Grand Duke George of Russia, is in Moscow and continues to follow carefully the stay-at-home orders issued by authorities in Russia.  He remains in good health.


Their Imperial Highnesses continue working and advising in the many social and cultural activities of the institutions and organizations associated with the Imperial House of Russia, using the various means of remote telecommunications at their disposal.


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