• Queen Elizabeth currently has COVID-19
  • She has cancelled some appointments
  • This is the latest on her health status

For Queen Elizabeth, today is Day 5 in her battle with COVID-19.

The Queen tested positive for the coronavirus on Sunday, and she's dealing with "mild cold-like symptoms." The 95-year-old intended to carry out light duties, but she has once again cancelled her virtual meetings today.

The latest news on Queen Elizabeth

Queen Elizabeth was scheduled for two virtual audiences on Thursday, but a Palace spokesperson told People they have been moved to a later date.

Still, it doesn't sound like reason to be alarmed. The Palace rep explained: "Her Majesty is continuing with light duties. No other engagements are scheduled for this week."

Elsewhere, updates on the Queen have been positive. Despite the cancelled meetings, a source told the Daily Mail that the monarch is "on the road to recovery," even if she is still feeling "a little under the weather."

Also interesting:

Another insider told the newspaper the Queen is being monitored constantly, and the Royal Family is "confident she will make a full recovery."

So, it sounds like we probably won't hear from the Queen again this week, but those closest to her are feeling good about her condition. She could use the rest, too.

The updates come after an online hoax falsely reported the Queen had passed away on Tuesday.

Otherwise, the Queen had earlier cancelled her calls on Tuesday before keeping an appointment with UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday.