Queen Elizabeth has been forced to postpone two of the virtual engagements she had planned. This has been confirmed by Buckingham Palace this Thursday, February 24.
“The two virtual hearings that had been scheduled for today will be rescheduled for another date. His majesty will continue with light tasks. No further engagements have been scheduled this week,” the British Royal Household said.
This is not the first cancellation since Elizabeth II’s positive coronavirus was confirmed, since last Tuesday, February 22, they were forced to postpone their virtual agenda, although on Wednesday they did hold their traditional weekly telephone audience with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
It was last Sunday, February 20, when the British royal house confirmed the positive for COVID-19 of Elizabeth II, 95 years old. Subsequently, a spokesman for Buckingham Palace confirmed that the sovereign experienced “mild symptoms similar to those of a cold” so the decision was made not to perform virtual acts.
Although buckingham Palace confirms again and again that Elizabeth II is in good health, the concern does not stop increasing, and more so now that she has been forced again to cancel an act in her agenda.
For the time being, he will have to rest in order to recover his public appearances.