ISLAMABAD, Feb 20( Alliance News):Queen Elizabeth II has been diagnosed with COVID-19.
A statement from Buckingham Palace said: “The British queen is experiencing mild to moderate flu, but she is expected to continue her ‘light duties’ in the coming weeks.
According to the statement, medical facilities will continue to be provided to them and all safety guidelines will be followed.
The 95-year-old queen was diagnosed with the disease after her eldest son and Crown Prince Charles, 73, contracted the disease for the second time last week.
The British Queen had been in contact with Prince Charles and it is possible that the disease was transmitted to Elizabeth II from the time of the Crown Prince.
Similarly, several people have been diagnosed with the corona virus in Wonder Sir Castle, the Queen’s residence.
The Queen also had the honor of ruling Britain for the longest time this month, and February 6 marked the 70th anniversary of her accession to the throne.
More than three months after the ceremony, the Queen attended a major public event.
The Queen’s vaccination was completed to prevent cod.
The health of the 95-year-old queen has been the focus of attention for months as she had to spend a night in hospital in October 2021 due to an illness (not reported) and doctors advised her to rest.
Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom is 95 years old and she looks active despite her old age.
She is also the first queen of Britain’s 1,000-year royal history to hold the highest office ever held.
Elizabeth II became the longest-serving Queen on the British throne in August 2015, having been on the throne for more than 70 years.
The Queen took the throne after her father’s death in February 1952. Her husband, Prince Phillips, died in April this year at the age of 99.