Coronavirus and the crown: how Elizabeth II and her family are protected

Coronavirus and the crown: how Elizabeth II and her family are protected

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Coronavirus is most dangerous for the elderly, and it does not distinguish ordinary people from celebrities. That is why the royal family had to take additional measures to protect against the virus. What are they?

Coronavirus and the crown: how Elizabeth II and her family are protected

Coronavirus and the crown: how Elizabeth II and her family are protected

As The Sun reported, on Thursday, March 12, the queen left Buckingham Palace for Windsor due to the rapid spread of the coronavirus. If the situation worsens, the 93-year-old ruler and her 98-year-old husband Prince Philip will wait out the outbreak of the virus in Sandringham.

It is expected that when the infection spreads, Elizabeth II will move between different locations. Perhaps he will go to Sandringham to her husband. For comparison, Buckingham Palace has about 500 employees, Windsor has 100, and Sandringham has even fewer.

Coronavirus and the crown: how Elizabeth II and her family are protected

Traditional garden parties near the palace in May-June have been postponed or canceled. No one is planning events for 30 thousand people now. The Queen may also miss the annual Epsom Derby on June 6.

Coronavirus and the crown: how Elizabeth II and her family are protected

On March 10, the Queen wore gloves to the award ceremony for the first time in many years. Many eyewitnesses were alarmed, but this was followed by an official message: they say that the queen sometimes wears gloves and this is not a cause for concern.

Coronavirus and the crown: how Elizabeth II and her family are protected

The Queen's son and his wife canceled or postponed the reception of high-ranking visitors in the coming weeks. They planned to go to Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cyprus and Jordan, but we have to postpone the spring tour indefinitely. The prince has already refused to shake hands and greets the guests with a "namaste" gesture.

Coronavirus and the crown: how Elizabeth II and her family are protected

Elizabeth's eldest grandson suggests that everyone stop panicking about the coronavirus. In early March, William allowed himself a few jokes on this topic in a conversation with doctors: "They say, I say, suddenly I have a coronavirus, and you answer: no, just a cough!". William said that an artificial hype has been created around this topic, but in fact the situation is not so complicated.However, after two weeks, we can say that the prince was mistaken: the increase in infected and deceased in European countries is not decreasing, and the UK is no exception. William and Kate have not left London, but it is possible that this will happen in the near future.

Coronavirus and the crown: how Elizabeth II and her family are protected

The Queen's youngest grandson and his family are now in Canada. They accepted Elizabeth II's invitation to fly to Balmoral Castle in Scotland in the summer, and so far this visit has not been canceled or postponed. Obviously, changes in plans will appear if the virus continues to spread at the same rate. By the way, coronavirus patients have already been registered in all provinces of Canada.

Keywords: Protection | Queen elizabeth | Coronavirus

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