Buckingham Palace has confirmed on Sunday, 20 February 2022 that Queen Elizabeth tested positive for COVID-19.

Queen Elizabeth II in 2021. Photo: Royal Family

The Queen is experiencing mild cold-like symptoms but is expected to continue with light duties at Windsor during the forthcoming week.

Her Majesty will continue to receive medical advice and follow all the appropriate guidelines.

However, royal expert Robert Jobson has expressed concern about the Queen’s age, during an interview with GB News, saying Her Majesty should focus on her health rather than continuing with light duties.

Queen Elizabeth had been in contact with Prince Charles two days before he tested positive for the second time for COVID-19 on Thursday, 10 February, forcing him to cancel official engagements in Winchester and to go into self-isolation.

The Duchess of Cornwall also tested positive four days later.

According to reports, The Queen, The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall have had both doses and the booster shots.

Prince Charles had previously tested positive for COVID-19 in March 2020 with mild symptoms, followed by Prince William.


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