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95 Y.O QUEEN ELIZABETH 2 TESTS POSTIVE FOR COVID-19

According to an article by BBC News, the Queen of UK, Queen Elizabeth 2 has tested positive for Covid-19 and is currently experiencing symptoms which was described as ‘mild and cold-like’.

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It was first reported that her son, Prince Charles, had contracted the virus and she had met him two days before he was confirmed positive on 10 Feb 2022.

Expected to resume duties

Even so, she is expected to resume light duties at Windsor in the coming week.

The Queen had taken her first dose of the vaccine in January of 2021 and had also received follow up jabs after her first dose.

She is expected to continue receiving medical attention and also follow the proper pandemic guidelines.

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A few in Windsor castle had also contracted virus

According to the BBC News article, there are also a number of people in Windsor Castle who had contracted the virus and tested positive thereafter.

Windsor Castle is where the Queen resides in.

Britain’s Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, had also tweeted that he wished the Queen a speedy recovery and get back in good health.

Here is what he said:

“I’m sure I speak for everyone in wishing Her Majesty The Queen a swift recovery from Covid and a rapid return to vibrant good health.”

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Image source: The Royal Family/Facebook

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