Queen Elizabeth and her husband Prince Philip receive COVID-19 vaccinations

Queen Elizabeth and her husband Prince Philip receive COVID-19 vaccinations

Queen Elizabeth II And her husband Prince Philip received Corona Virus Vaccinations.

A Buckingham Palace spokesman confirmed the news in a statement on Saturday.

The announcement stated that “the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh today received vaccinations against Covid-19.”

A royal source confirmed that the vaccinations were “by a home doctor at Windsor Castle” where he was The 94-year-old Queen and her husband, 99, in the midst of a global health crisis.

Queen Elizabeth shares inspiring New Year’s Eve message: “Better days will return”

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II and her husband, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, received a vaccine against the Coronavirus on Saturday.
(Victoria Jones / Paul via AP)

The spokesman said the queen wanted to inform the public about the vaccinations “to prevent inaccuracies and further speculation.”

It is unclear which vaccine was given to the royal couple, but the palace indicated that “no further details will be shared.”

The Queen has been a source of hope for the British since the pandemic spread in the UK and around the world in early 2020. In April of last year, the grandmother made Prince Harry and Prince William Rare televised title for UK citizens To raise the spirits of people in the country.

Click here to subscribe to our entertainment newsletter

She said, “I am talking to you in what I know is an increasingly challenging time,” a time of turmoil in the life of our country; Disturbance that brings grief for some, and financial difficulties for many of the tremendous changes in daily life for all of us.

Queen Elizabeth shared numerous addresses with the citizens of the United Kingdom throughout 2020, sharing messages of hope amid the global health crisis and thanking the frontline workers.

Queen Elizabeth shared numerous addresses with the citizens of the United Kingdom throughout 2020, sharing messages of hope amid the global health crisis and thanking the frontline workers.
(Jeff Spicer / Getty Images)

The Queen also praised Britain’s beloved National Health Service and other essential services, along with about 750,000 people who volunteered to help the vulnerable.

READ  American attorneys are opposing Mosimo Janioli's request to serve a prison sentence at home while awaiting a court ruling

“I would like to thank everyone on the frontline of the NHS, as well as the care workers who are in essential roles and who carry out their daily duties outside the home to support us all,” she said. “I am sure the nation will join me in ensuring that what you do is appreciated and that every hour of your hard work brings us closer to returning to normal times.”

In her most recent New Year’s Eve speech, the Queen declared “better days will return” in a caption Collage of photos From 2020.

A Buckingham Palace spokesman said the queen wanted her vaccine to be released

A Buckingham Palace spokesman said the Queen wanted to publish her vaccine “to prevent inaccuracies and further speculation.”
(Ben Stansall – WPA Pool / Getty Images)

Click here for the FOX NEWS app

Last April, the Queen’s son, Prince Charles has confirmed he has been infected with COVID-19. The Prince of Wales and his wife Camilla Parker-Bowles were isolated in Scotland as they recovered. It was reported months later that Prince William also contracted the virus.

2020 was the first time in decades that the King and Philip had participated He spent Christmas at Windsor Castle Instead of their property in Sandringham due to the pandemic.

Written By
More from Jeong Jung

Tanya Roberts, Bond Girl and “That 70’s Show” star, has passed away at the age of 65

Actress Tania Roberts dies. Best known for her roles as a Bond...
Read More

댓글 남기기

이메일은 공개되지 않습니다. 필수 입력창은 * 로 표시되어 있습니다