Queen Elizabeth II took care of two virtual engagements on Tuesday a week after testing positive for COVID-19, Buckingham Palace, her official London residence, said in a statement.
On her return to work, the 95-year-old sovereign attended the diplomat Andorran Carles Jordana Maderowho presented his credentials as ambassador of the principality of Andorra before the Court of St James.
The note also indicated that the monarch received Kedella Younous Hamidi, who did the same as ambassador of the Republic of Chad in this country.
Last February 20, Elizabeth II tested positive by coronavirus, weeks after his eldest son and heir to the British throne, Charles of England, and his wife, the Duchess of Cornwall, became infected.
At the time, a royal spokesman said that the sovereign experienced mild symptoms similar to those of a cold.
After announcing her positive, the queen initially continued to perform “light duties” at your residence of Windsor, such as sending a congratulatory message to the women’s curling team that won gold at the Beijing Winter Olympics.
As well attended telephone hearings with the British Prime Minister Boris Johnsonalthough he canceled other online commitments scheduled for February 22.
Elizabeth II has spent much of the pandemic lockdown for the past two years at her Windsor Castle, outside London, where your health has been checked by a team of people, nicknamed “Her Majesty’s bubble”.