Queen Elizabeth II has tested positive for the coronavirus, Buckingham Palace says.
Sunday 20 February saw the announcement of news regarding the U.K. monarch, who is 95 years old. According to the statement, “Her Majesty is suffering mild cold-like symptoms, but she expects to continue light duty at Windsor over this week.” “She will continue receiving medical attention and will adhere to all relevant guidelines.”
The Queen’s ailment was announced two weeks after her 70th birthday. It also comes months after her brief hospitalization for an unidentified illness. BBC News reported that it is understood that a number of people have tested positive at Windsor Castle, where the Queen, who is fully vaccinated, has lived and worked since the start of the pandemic, and where she met her son and heir Prince CharlesThis month, you can also invite other guests.
According to BBC News, a source close to the royal said that Prince Charles had been visiting his mother February 8. On Feb. 10, Clarence House announced that Charles tested positive for COVID-19 for the second time, and on Feb. 14, it was revealed his wife, Camilla, Duchess Of CornwallShe had contracted the virus as well.