Prince Charles thanked Oxford’s scientists for university’s ‘vital’ role in Covid combat

Prince Charles made important comment on Covid
Prince Charles has had Covid twice - and both times it was mild.

Prince Charles was visiting Oxford University's new Trinity College Levine Building and said some important words to the scientists. The future King himself has had Covid twice – in a mild form thankfully.

The royal made a rare comment on the university's 'vital' role in creating the Covid vaccine.

"The impact of this work was never more apparent, I think, than during the past two years when Oxford's scientists produced a vaccine to combat Covid in an extraordinary race against the clock," he said.

"The work of your academics, as we have seen, is making a real difference to people's lives," he continued according to Hello!

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