Britain’s Queen Elizabeth Corona has tested positive.
According to British media, Buckingham Palace reported on Sunday that the queen showed signs of a mild cold but would be able to perform “minor responsibilities”.
A statement from Buckingham Palace stated that “the Queen is receiving medical treatment and will follow the necessary instructions.”
Queen Elizabeth II, 95, complained of movement problems during her engagement on Wednesday.
Welcoming two senior Navy officers to Windsor Castle, Queen Elizabeth can be heard in a video complaining of difficulty moving.
“You can see I can’t move,” Queen Elizabeth told the officers.
During a meeting with officers in the oak room of her West London residence, Queen Elizabeth was pointing to her left leg or toe, saying it was painful.
No statement was made by Buckingham Palace regarding the Queen’s plight.
In the video, it is clear that the queen was not in a bad mood, nor was she hurt, but she was feeling tight.
Concerns were also being raised about the queen being infected with the corona virus, as the corona virus was confirmed two days after her eldest son, Prince Charles, met her.
The virus was later confirmed in Camilla, the wife of Prince Charles, after which the couple went into isolation.
On Tuesday, the Queen met with new diplomats from Estonia and Spain in the UK via an online link from Windsor Castle.