The coronavirus has been discovered infected in Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom. This was revealed in a statement released by Buckingham Palace on Sunday. Elizabeth’s condition is currently stable, according to reports, though she is exhibiting mild symptoms. Regardless, the Queen will continue to work from her residence.
“The Queen was tested positive today,” said a statement from Buckingham Palace. She is suffering from the beginnings of a cold. She will, however, return to Windsor next week to continue her work. In the meantime, she’ll receive medical attention and follow all of the Corona recommendations.” “Follow-up will be continued as well.”
According to current guidelines, anyone infected with the coronavirus in England must be isolated for 10 days. Prince Charles and Camilla, the Queen’s son, also tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this month. Prior to being found positive, Prince Charles met with the Queen, according to the report. Doctors were constantly monitoring his condition in such a situation.