Queen Elizabeth Forced To Cancel More Meetings Due To Lingering Covid-19 Symptoms
Queen Elizabeth has canceled more meetings this week following her recent Covid-19 diagnosis, making this the second time in just days that she has been forced to postpone previously scheduled engagements.
According to People, the queen had no choice but to postpone at least two more virtual meetings on Thursday due to lingering symptoms following her positive test for Covid-19 on Sunday.
"The two virtual audiences that had previously been scheduled to take place today will now be rescheduled for a later date," a spokesperson for Queen Elizabeth and Buckingham Palace revealed Thursday.
"Her Majesty is continuing with light duties. No other engagements are scheduled for this week," they added.
Prior to Thursday’s cancellations, the spokesperson for Buckingham Palace revealed that although Elizabeth’s conditions were not severe, she was still suffering from "mild cold-like symptoms."
"As Her Majesty is still experiencing mild cold-like symptoms she has decided not to undertake her planned virtual engagements today, but will continue with light duties," Tuesday’s statement read.
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But despite the queen’s lingering condition, she was reportedly feeling well enough to take her weekly phone call with the United Kingdom’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, the first news of the queen’s positive Covid-19 diagnosis came Sunday following an official statement by the palace regarding the matter.
“Buckingham Palace confirms that the queen has today tested positive for Covid,” the palace said in a statement. “Her Majesty is experiencing mild cold like symptoms but expects to continue light duties at Windsor over the coming week. She will continue to receive medical attention and will follow all the appropriate guidelines.”
Then, on Tuesday, bombshell rumors started spreading online that the queen had passed away – rumors that RadarOnline.com quickly debunked.
Still, although Elizabeth is still very much alive, an insider recently spilled to us here at RadarOnline.com that the queen’s family is allegedly “getting ready for the worst."
"They desperately don’t want her to end like this," our insiders shared amid the 95-year-old’s Covid-19 battle.
Queen Elizabeth was previously hospitalized in October for what the palace claimed at the time were "preliminary investigations.”