December 6, 2022

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UK: The Queen felt ‘tired’ after capturing Kovid

UK: The Queen felt 'tired' after capturing Kovid

Queen Elizabeth II felt “tired” after catching COVID in February, soon to be revealed by the 96-year-old emperor in a video conference where she spoke to British guardians who had been mobilized during the pandemic.

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Elizabeth II tested positive for COVID-19 in February and was presented with Buckingham Palace according to “mild symptoms”.

Speaking to Asif Hussain, a former Kovid patient at the virtual inauguration of a care unit named after him at the Royal London Hospital in the British, the virus was ‘very tired and tired, right?’ Capital.

Already before capturing Kovid, the sovereign had significantly eased her agenda from the night she was admitted to the hospital in October, the nature of which was never revealed. Since the outbreak she has moved back to Windsor Castle, forty kilometers from London, and is now struggling to move.

Last week, she attended a religious ceremony paying tribute to her husband, Prince Philip, who died a year ago, recalling returning to her subjects after months of absence.

At the end of the meeting with the caregivers, Elizabeth II discussed with the construction team that had set up a care unit within a few weeks to cope with the increase in the number of patients. “It simply came to our notice then. Isn’t that awesome? ” Andi.

Staff at Britain’s public health system, the NHS, have been under stress during the epidemic, with long shifts, swollen equipment and the risk of catching the virus and infecting their families.

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According to official figures, 33,000 NHS medical staff left between July and September 2021, including nearly 7,000 for a better life balance. It almost doubled in the last quarter of 2019, before the epidemic.