A spokesman for Buckingham Palace said on Saturday that the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh have received vaccinations for Covid-19.
A royal source said that the vaccinations were under the supervision of a home doctor at Windsor Castle.
The source added that to prevent inaccuracies and further speculation, Her Majesty the Queen, who is 94 years old, has decided that she will have the vaccination. Her husband is 99 years old.
The couple’s son, Prince Charles, tested positive for coronavirus and was quarantined in March. 72 years old He said later He was lucky to have only mild symptoms, adding that he “got away from it very mildly.”
Meanwhile, their grandson Prince WilliamBritish media reported that the tests, which are second in order to the British throne, also confirmed that she was infected with Corona virus earlier this year, although it is not clear when exactly he was infected with the virus.
The UK sees record high deaths: The United Kingdom reported 1,325 deaths and 68,053 new cases of coronavirus on Friday, the highest daily increases since the start of the pandemic, according to data from the British Health Ministry.
There has been an increase of more than 15,000 cases since Thursday.
The numbers show a spike in cases as the novel coronavirus variant, first detected in the United Kingdom, swept the country.
The United Kingdom has recorded more than 2.9 million cases of Covid-19, and nearly 80,000 deaths, according to figures released by Johns Hopkins University.