Secondly.  Britain's Queen Elizabeth feels better, also held two virtual meetings

Secondly. Britain’s Queen Elizabeth feels better, also held two virtual meetings

Buckingham Palace announced that the second. Elizabeth held a virtual audience on Tuesday after she canceled talks last week about the Queen’s deteriorating health.

The health of the 95-year-old ruler has been worrying ever since On February 20, he tested positive for Covid, which greatly overshadowed the start of the record 70th year on the throne. However, a statement from the palace revealed that Elizabeth is already feeling well enough to receive new ambassadors from Andorra and Chad at her castle home in Windsor.

He had to cancel his scheduled meetings with ambassadors last week because he had “mild” coronavirus symptoms, after which, on the advice of Secretary of State Liz Truss, a diplomatic reception scheduled for Wednesday was suspended due to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. CN.

Buckingham Palace has promised to report on the head of state’s health on an ongoing basis, but his return to service can certainly be viewed as positive. Although on the advice of his doctor, he had to slow down, having to spend a night in the hospital last October, and since then he has rarely appeared in public.

On February 6, he became the second. Elizabeth is the first ruler in British history to sit on the throne for 70 years, so public festivities are set to begin in early June, and in the coming weeks senior members of the royal family will visit 8 Commonwealth countries outside the UK where the Queen is also Head of State.

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