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Queen Elizabeth Moves Out Of Her Royal Palace After Her Aide Tests Positive For Coronavirus

Coronavirus is not sparing anybody and we have seen many examples for it. Many Hollywood, Bollywood and political leaders have been tested positive for Coronavirus. The fatal virus is spreading rapidly and countries are being locked down as a precautionary measure.

In recent news, Queen Elizabeth shifted from her royal palace to Windsor Castle as a “Precaution” after her aide tested positive for coronavirus. She took a preventive measure on Thursday and decided to move to a safer place.

A Royal aide at Buckingham Palace tested positive for COVID-19 while Queen Elizabeth was still at her London residence.

Queen Elizabeth shifted to Windsor palace after making all the arrangements and reporting that the 90-year old monarch was healthy to be shifted.

It is still not known how close the royal aide had gone to Queen Elizabeth. But as a precautionary measure, all the royal servants have been put under self-isolation.

Queen Elizabeth
Via: People.com

A Royal Source Said:

“The worker tested positive before the Queen left for Windsor. But the Palace has 500 members of staff so, like any workplace, it’s not inconceivable it would be affected in some stage,

The royal aide was ill and took an off before being tested coronavirus positive. The Palace officials have not given any statement but are following the advisories listed by the govt. The death toll in the UK has gone up to 233 on Saturday and as prevention the isolation of 500n royal staff working at Buckingham Palace was done.

A spokesperson from Palace said:

“We wouldn’t comment on individual members of staff. In line with the appropriate guidance and our own processes, we have taken the necessary actions to protect all employees and people involved,”

The widespread pandemic is worsening and people are required to be more aware and safe. The lockdown of places has been done to ensure your safety, so sit back at home until the situation gets better.

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