Queen Elizabeth: Corona left me very tired

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Queen Elizabeth II, the Queen of Britain, described her health condition after she was infected with the Corona virus (Covid 19), explaining that the disease left her very tired and exhausted.

The British “PA Media” agency reported that the Queen had contracted the virus last February, although Buckingham Palace said that “she had mild cold symptoms”, but she was determined to perform the duties that she could do.

The Queen recovered from infection with the virus after that, as the Queen described her experience with the disease during a virtual visit to the Royal London Hospital last Wednesday, on the occasion of the official opening of the Queen Elizabeth unit at the medical institution..

During her video call with medical staff and staff, the Queen also heard stories from medical staff about dealing with the large influx of people infected with COVID-19.

The Queen, who will soon turn 96, noted that she was very tired during her infection with Covid-19 last February, despite her aides downplaying the risk of her illness..

Elizabeth was forced at the time to cancel a series of meetings with foreign diplomats, with the start of celebrations for the seventieth anniversary of her accession to the throne..

And the Queen Elizabeth unit was set up at the Royal London Hospital in record time, which took five weeks instead of five months, to deal with the influx of Covid patients..

The Queen told a former patient who needed artificial respiration that the virus “leaves one very tired and exhausted, doesn’t it?”, describing, according to a video clip published by the royal palace yesterday, the epidemic as “horrific.”

Concerns have continued for the Queen’s health since she spent one night in hospital last October, which the royal palace did not reveal until later.

Her public appearances have become rarer since then, and she has complained of health issues that impede her movement as her 96th birthday approaches on April 21..

The Queen will not be able to participate in Thursday’s Easter mass in Mundi, and she will be represented by her son and heir, Prince Charles, although this occasion was a constant on her agenda in the past.

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