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The Duke of Edinburgh's health continues to be under scrutiny

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London (UK), Feb 24 (EFE/EPA) - (Camera: Andy Rain) The Duke of Edinburgh is receiving treatment for an infection at the London clinic where he was admitted last week. Prince Philip, who turns 100 years old next June 10, was admitted to King Edward VII Hospital, where he is receiving medical attention for an infection, according to a brief note from the official residence of the British sovereign and her husband. OUTSIDE FOOTAGE OF THE KING EDWARD VII HOSPITAL, WHERE THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH IS HOSPITALIZED.

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