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The monarch “has determined to not undertake her deliberate digital engagements at present, however will proceed with gentle duties,” a palace spokesman stated.
Officers confirmed the queen examined optimistic for COVID-19 on Sunday. The prognosis prompted concern and get-well needs from throughout Britain’s political spectrum for the 95-year-old reigning monarch.
The palace stated Sunday that Elizabeth, who has been totally vaccinated and had a booster shot, would proceed with “gentle” duties at Windsor Fort over the approaching week.
“She’s going to proceed to obtain medical consideration and can comply with all the suitable tips,” the palace stated in a press release Sunday.
The queen is experiencing cold-like signs, in accordance with the assertion.
She obtained the coronavirus vaccine last January.
Queen Elizabeth’s son Prince Charles and his spouse Camilla additionally examined optimistic for the coronavirus this month.
“This morning The Prince of Wales has examined optimistic for COVID-19 and is now self-isolating,” a palace spokesperson introduced on Thursday, February 10. It is the second time the British inheritor to the throne has contracted the illness.
The 73-year-old additionally canceled his deliberate engagements on the time. Charles beforehand examined optimistic in March 2020. He spent seven days in isolation at his Scotland property earlier than resuming his royal duties.
In Feb. 2021, Charles and Camilla, 74, obtained their first vaccine, the BBC reported. It wasn’t recognized which vaccine the royals obtained or whether or not they had been vaccinated collectively. In June 2020, the prince instructed NHS employees that he had not totally regained his sense of odor and check two months after having the illness, the outlet shared.
The Related Press contributed to this report.