Queen Elizabeth II, 95, is suffering from Govit-19 disease. This information was confirmed this Sunday by Buckingham Palace, which states that the king has mild “cold-like” symptoms and will continue his duties despite solitude. Ten days later his son Prince Charles was also confirmed to be Covit-19.
“His Majesty has symptoms like mild cold, but hopes to continue his work in Windsor next week. The Queen will continue to receive medical treatment and follow all proper guidelines.
Prince Charles, 73, the heir to the throne, tested positive on February 10, two days after staying with his mother at Windsor Castle. The Duchess of Cornwall and the wife of Prince Charles also tested positive for Covit-19 on Monday.
Carlos and Camila are both vaccinated against Govit-19 with three doses. This is not the first time Charles has had a Govt-19: in March 2020, one of the first infected people from a European royal family to ascend the throne.
On January 9, 2021, it was announced that Queen Elizabeth II had received the first dose of the Govit-19 vaccine. Although there is no official information, the real reporter BBCNicholas Witzel mentions that the Queen has a complete vaccination schedule.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has congratulated the Queen on the social networking site Twitter. “I speak to all in wishing His Majesty the Queen a speedy recovery,” he wrote.
The announcement comes a few weeks after the Queen celebrated her platinum anniversary: February 6 marks the 70th anniversary of the longest reign of Elizabeth in the world.
Elizabeth II’s health was under consideration because the king had to spend a night in hospital in October due to an undeclared illness. Then, the doctors advised the queen to rest.
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