He Was Positive for COVID-19, History of Queen Elizabeth II’s Disease
Queen Elizabeth II has died. The King of the British Empire died at the age of 96. Queen Elizabeth II died at Balmoral Castle, Scotland, due to illness on Thursday (8/9/2022) local time.
Queen Elizabeth is the longest reigning monarch of the British Empire. He reigned for seventy years succeeding his father, King George VI.
The Queen who was born in 1926 rules the United Kingdom and 14 other Commonwealth territories. Her son, Prince Charles, became King of England in place of his late mother.
Before his death, it was revealed that the queen’s health had deteriorated. Especially since the death of her husband, Prince Philip in 2021.
The report from the Guardian, Friday (9/9/2022), since the middle of this year, Queen Elizabeth’s health has continued to decline.
Buckingham Palace confirmed he was suffering from “mobility impairment”.
Queen Elizabeth even canceled her Platinum Jubilee to celebrate her 70th year on the throne due to health issues.
In February 2022, Queen Elizabeth also tested positive for COVID-19 after receiving a live audience at Windsor Castle. The palace said that the queen had only mild symptoms, namely the flu.
Going back to 2021, Queen Elizabeth was first seen wearing a cane in public as she attended a service at Westminster Abbey. The next day the Queen received treatment at a private hospital in London.
Queen Elizabeth also underwent eye surgery in May 2018.
This is the history of Queen Elizabeth II’s illness during her lifetime. Rest in peaceHere’s Elizabeth II!
This article was published in IDN Times with the title “This History of Queen Elizabeth II’s Disease, Was Positive for COVID-19”
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