Queen Elizabeth will address the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth in a televised speech this Sunday, amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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News about Queen Elizabeth's powerful speech were confirmed on the Royal Family Twitter account, where it was also announced that Her Majesty's message will also be broadcast on radio and shown on their social media platforms.

When will Queen Elizabeth deliver the speech?

The Queen's speech will be broadcast on Sunday April 5, at 8 p.m. BST (British Summer Time), 3 p.m. ET (Eastern Time). This will be Queen Elizabeth's fourth unscheduled address during her 68-year-reign.

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The news comes as the death toll in the United Kingdom hit 3,605 due to the coronavirus outbreak. Queen Elizabeth has been staying at Windsor Castle with Prince Philip, following the hygiene standards recommended by the World Health Organization.

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