The Duke of Edinburgh has been transferred to St Bartholomew’s hospital in London the place docs will proceed deal with him for an an infection and a pre-existing coronary heart situation, Buckingham Palace has stated.
Prince Philip was moved after virtually two weeks within the personal King Edward VII’s hospital in central London, the place he was admitted as a “precautionary measure” on 16 February.
In a press release, Buckingham Palace stated: “The Duke of Edinburgh was as we speak transferred from King Edward VII’s hospital to St Bartholomew’s hospital the place docs will proceed to deal with him for an an infection, in addition to undertake testing and commentary for a pre-existing coronary heart situation.
“The duke stays snug and is responding to therapy however is anticipated to stay in hospital till at the least the tip of the week.”
Philip left the King Edward VII personal hospital in central London after 13 nights at about 10am by a again exit. Studies on the scene stated he was shielded by umbrellas as he climbed into the again of a ready ambulance as cops stood close by behind barricades maintaining again photographers.
He had been admitted after falling sick at Windsor Citadel, the place he and the Queen had been shielding through the pandemic. It’s his longest keep in hospital. In June 2013, he spent 11 days after surgical procedure to his stomach.
Final Tuesday the Earl of Wessex stated his father was feeling “so much higher” when it was introduced the duke would spend a number of extra days in hospital. Prince Edward stated Philip was “trying ahead to getting out” and his household have been “maintaining their fingers crossed”.
Prince Charles has been the one member of the family to go to, spending about half-hour on the hospital 4 days after Philip was admitted.