• Queen Elizabeth II has COVID-19
  • The Queen tested positive today
  • She has mild symptoms

Buckingham Palace confirmed today that Queen Elizabeth, 95, has caught COVID-19. In a statement made to the Daily Mail, the Palace said:

"Her Majesty is experiencing mild cold-like symptoms but expects to continue light duties at Windsor over the coming week. She will continue to receive medical attention and will follow all the appropriate guidelines."

Queen Elizabeth tests positive for COVID-19

The Queen's doctors will have an eye on her as she follows coronavirus regulations. She is triple-vaccinated, and it's her first known experience with the virus.

Also interesting:

Just a few days ago, Prince Charles tested positive for COVID. He has since emerged from self-isolation, but Duchess Camilla also has it now.

There were fears Prince Charles may have infected Queen Elizabeth last week, but she has only now tested positive herself, following a recent audience at Windsor Castle.

According to the Daily Mail, other employees at the Palace have become infected too.