When the WHO raised an alarm a few months ago that the window of control over the spread of Coronavirus was closing up, perhaps they were not taken seriously. It is now clear that the virus is a global problem. It is reported that Queen Elizabeth II has left Buckingham Palace for the fear of being infected by the dreaded virus.
The Queen, 93, and Prince Phillip, 98, were chauffeured off to Windsor Castle this weekend, where they’ll remain in quarantine should the outbreak worsen in the United Kingdom, The Sun reported Saturday.
The Queen is in good health but they thought it wise to move her from the palace.
Buckingham Palace, about a 25-mile drive from Windsor Castle, is in the middle of London and sees a constant flow of visitors, the source said justifying the move.
The Queen who is few weeks away from her 94th birthday has been receiving lots of people recently and considering the situation they thought it is best to get her out of harms way.
The Mirror reported that the Queen was simply taking part in her routine weekend trip to the castle, with the expectation of returning to London next week — though plans for a quarantine have been made if the spread of the virus intensifies.
There are more than 1,400 reported cases in the UK including 21 deaths.
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