The Queen has eased off on heavy duty after having tested positive to Covid 19.
She leans towards implementing simple duties at Windsor Castle; even in the midst of bearing covid symptoms
According to reports on Sunday from Buckingham Palace, the 95 year old Queen was said to have been experiencing small symptoms.
BBC News reports that Daniela Ralph who is a royal correspondent admitted that there was no need to be alarmed about the recent development and that only caution needed to be taken.
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The duties the Queen currently leaned to included reading state papers which was claimed to normally take the whole day.
Correspondent agreed that medical experts had their eyes set on the queen to ensure she gained all the health she needed.
The Queen is reported to be weaker and thinner compared to the way she was last year.
It was further stated that her eldest son and heir tested positive to covid on the 10th of February after having been in contact with her 2 days prior.
So many other people living in Windsor castle have also understandably tested positive to covid.
The Queen is to not hold public engagement this week as her major focus would have to be assessing documents from the different sections of the UK government and Commonwealth rep in order to approve or append signatures.
The Queen had her first jab in 2021 and also did a few follow up jabs. Prime Minister Boris Johnson conveyed wishes of optimum health to her
This year would be marking the Queen’s platinum jubilee of having spent 70 years on the throne.