Queen gets the Vaccine
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth the Second joined a long list of prominent leaders upon taking the vaccine. The Queen, along with her husband Prince Philip received the COVID-19 vaccine. The royal pair received their vaccines in Windsor Castle.
The vaccine was given by a household doctor, according to sources.
The announcement made by Buckingham Palace was in a rare public comment on private health matters of the monarch.
It is rare for the matters of the Castle to reach outside, but in this instance, the Queen made sure of it.
To prevent inaccuracies and further speculation, Her Majesty decided that she would let it be known that she has had the vaccination, the source added.
The UK has begun administering two types of approved vaccines.
Britain, on Friday, reported a record 1,325 deaths over a 24-hour period. This means that the total number of deaths is nearly 80,000. A high of 68,053 new cases was registered, according to sources.
Corona enters the Castle
Prince Charles, the Son of the Royal duo, tested positive for the coronavirus just earlier this year.
The 72-year-old later said he was lucky to only experience mild symptoms, adding he’d “got away with it quite lightly.”
Meanwhile, their grandson Prince William, second-in-line to the British throne, also tested positive for coronavirus earlier this year, UK media reported, though exactly when he contracted the virus is unclear.