Queen Margrethe can end her isolation, following medical advice, on Sunday, 13 February 2022, after having a mild case of COVID-19.

Christian IX’s Palace, Amalienborg Photo: Bahnfrend – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=83502339

According to a statement from the Royal House said Queen Margrethe had remained in isolation at her home, Christian IX’s Palace at Amalienborg, as the rest of the Royal Family

The Queen tested positive to COVID-19 on Tuesday, 8 February.

Queen Margrethe had cancelled her plans to spend her winter holiday in Norway but Her Majesty will resume official duties including a public audience on Monday, 21 February, at Christianborg Palace.

On Wednesday, 23 February, Queen Margrethe and Crown Princess Mary will receive Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, at 11.45 am who is on a working visit to Denmark.

Later that day, Queen Margrethe will receive President of the Storting (the Norwegian Parliament) Masud Gharahkani at 2.30 pm.

Queen Margrethe at Christian IX’s Palace on 14 January 2022 marking her Golden Jubilee. Photo: © Steen Brogaard, Kongehuset

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