Queen Elizabeth Health Condition: According to Buckingham Palace, the British monarch has tested positive for the coronavirus and is suffering mild, cold-like symptoms.
Queen Elizabeth II, who is 95 years old, has tested positive with COVID and is experiencing “mild” symptoms.
The 95-year-old British monarch will continue to conduct limited tasks, according to a statement released by Buckingham Palace on Sunday.
“Buckingham Palace confirms that the queen tested positive for COVID today,” according to the statement.
“Her Majesty is suffering from minor cold-like symptoms, but she intends to resume light activities at Windsor next week.” She will continue to get medical care and will adhere to all applicable regulations.”
The queen has received all three jabs of the coronavirus vaccine.
COVID-19 was recently contracted by her eldest son Prince Charles, 73, and daughter-in-law Camilla, 74, Duchess of Cornwall.
Boris Johnson, the British Prime Minister, wishes Queen Elizabeth a speedy recovery.
Johnson wrote on Twitter, “I’m sure I speak for everyone in wishing Her Majesty The Queen a speedy recovery from COVID and a quick return to bright good health.”
On February 6, the queen, Britain’s longest-reigning monarch, celebrated her 70th year on the throne.
A close eye on Queen Elizabeth Health Condition
Elizabeth has been a staple in the life of the nation for most of her reign and has been pictured riding a horse as late as 2020. She has been seen using a walking stick in recent months, and in October she spent the night in a London hospital for unclear testing.
Following that, the queen’s medics advised her to rest, and she had to forego appearances at a number of important events, including Remembrance Sunday services and the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland in November.
She resumed public responsibilities last month, holding virtual and in-person sessions with diplomats, legislators, and top military personnel.
She walked slowly with a stick and remarked “as you can see I can’t move” in an apparent reference to her leg during one interaction recorded on camera last week.
Given the queen’s age, Joe Little, managing editor of Majesty magazine, believes the COVID-19 diagnosis would cause anxiety among members of the royal family. On April 21, she will be 96 years old.
“A very close eye will be kept on her in the next days, and all signs are that it will be nothing more than a little inconvenience,” he added.
So Queen Elizabeth is completely fine with milder cold symptoms and doing her routine things but to a lesser extent.
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