Queen’s self-reported experience with new crown

  In February of this year, the 96-year-old Queen of England contracted the new crown virus, which attracted global attention. Recently, she disclosed the details of the infection for the first time. She said: “It’s really exhausting. It’s a very frightening experience to be seriously ill with the new crown. Once you’re in isolation, it’s hard to see your family…”
  In late February this year, the 96-year-old Queen Elizabeth II The world (referred to as the Queen of England) infected with the new crown virus has caused global concern. Recently, she disclosed the details of the infection for the first time.
  ”It is a very frightening experience to suffer from a severe new crown.”
  Recently, the Queen of England congratulated the Queen Elizabeth Campus of the Royal London Hospital on the official operation through a video call. In front of the camera, wearing a pale yellow floral dress and a pearl necklace, she was all smiles talking to patients and staff.
  According to the description of the patient Hussein, he was the third member of his family to be hospitalized with new coronary pneumonia. His brother and father died of severe new coronary pneumonia, while he lay in bed for 7 weeks. After being discharged from the hospital, he was on oxygen in a wheelchair and is currently recovering.
  After listening to this, the Queen of England asked with great concern, “Are you feeling better now?” After that, she shared her experience of fighting against the new crown pneumonia. She said: “It’s really exhausting. It’s a very frightening experience to be seriously ill with the new crown. Once you are isolated, it’s difficult to see your family…”
  It is reported that in February this year, the Queen of England tested positive for the new crown virus. positive. At the time, Buckingham Palace said she had “mild cold symptoms” and was still able to carry out lighter work.
  After that, the Queen still held a weekly official meeting with British Prime Minister Johnson by telephone, but did not participate in other pre-arranged activities, and even missed two diplomatic receptions in a row.
  Although the Queen of England has been vaccinated against the new crown virus, judging from her latest infection experience, she, like many infected people, is being troubled by the new crown sequelae including extreme exhaustion. British media said that this will undoubtedly exacerbate its growing health problems.
  ”As you can see, I can’t move”
  In fact, before contracting the new coronavirus, the Queen was hospitalized for other problems last October, her first hospitalization since gastroenteritis in 2013. At the time, the Queen received a doctor’s rest order and was forced to cancel a trip to Northern Ireland on October 20. She has been unable to attend events outside Windsor Castle since then, including the 26th Climate Summit in Glasgow, England, on November 1, and the Remembrance Day ceremony on November 14.
   The Queen received outgoing Defence Secretary James MacLeod and his successor Elden Miller (pictured) at Windsor Castle on February 16 this year. According to live video, when the two officers entered the room, the Queen stepped forward with a cane to shake hands with them. Afterwards, she pointed to her feet and smiled and said, “As you can see, I can’t move.”
  Most surprisingly, the Queen did not attend the Commonwealth Day ceremony on March 14, which is usually her schedule. an important event. Although the royal family claims that the “Queen is in good health”, according to people close to the Queen, the Queen is very weak and can only walk for a short time, even her previous favorite dog walk is difficult to complete.
  The Queen, accompanied by her second son Andrew, attended the memorial service for her husband Prince Philip on March 29. It was also the first public appearance of the Queen at a major event in months.
  However, not long after the memorial service, concerns about the Queen’s physical condition returned. On April 14, the Queen of England, who was supposed to attend the ceremony, did not appear, but was replaced by her eldest son, 74-year-old Charles and his wife Camilla.
  It is reported that the annual foot bathing festival is an important event of the British royal family. This is also the first time that Prince Charles has attended the event in her place during the Queen’s reign.
  With the arrival of summer, the Queen’s schedule is gradually busy. The British “Daily Mail” reported that the Queen may miss her favorite summer event, the Royal Windsor Horse Show.
  It is reported that the Queen, who learned to ride a horse at the age of 3, participated in the first Royal Windsor Horse Show held in May 1943 and won the pony and dog car category in the first show. She has supported the event ever since, except in 2001 and 2020, when the horse show was interrupted by foot-and-mouth disease and Covid-19, respectively.   At the same time
, British media disclosed more details of the funeral arrangements for the Queen, code-named “London Bridge Operation”.
“Operation London Bridge” was originally the top secret document of the British government, referring to a series of response measures taken by the British government after the death of the Queen. It is reported that a tradition of the British royal family is to use the bridge name as a code for the royal funeral. For example, the funeral plan made by Prince Philip who has passed away has been dubbed the code “Operation Forth Bridge”. The Queen’s death was codenamed “Operation London Bridge”.
  According to reports, after the death of the Queen, 16,000 churches across the UK will ring at the same time for an hour. The bells need to be silenced (leather wrapped around the tongue) to make it sound more solemn and sad, as a tribute to the Queen of England. However, since the death of the Queen’s father, King George VI, most churches have not rung the monarch’s death bell, and the leather used to silence it has rotted. At present, churches across the UK are rushing to replace the leather.
  It has also been reported that the day the Queen dies will be known as D-Day. At 6pm on D-Day, the British Prime Minister will announce a minute’s silence across the country and meet with the new King Charles. British government departments lowered their flags at half-staff within 10 minutes of the announcement, and any parliamentary business was suspended for 10 days. Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to flock to London to pay their respects as the Queen’s coffin will be left in the Houses of Parliament for three days.