Queen Elizabeth canceled appointments for the next two weeks by doctor’s order

Queen Elizabeth canceled appointments for the next two weeks by doctor's order

On the 20th, after canceling his voyage to Northern Ireland, King passed several tests; During this time she will be able to perform simple activities and participate in visual hearing

EFE / EPA / FACUNDO ARRIZABLAGAQueen Elizabeth will not attend the COP26 and the Festival of Memory

A Queen Elizabeth II This Friday, the 29th, all their official activities are scheduled for the “next two weeks” of rest. A statement from Buckingham Palace said the decision was made following medical advice. “Following her recent advice that the Queen should rest for a few days, her Majesty’s doctors advised her to rest for at least the next two weeks,” the King said in a note. During this period to perform minor tasks and assignments, including some virtual hearings, but no official visits can be made.

Last Tuesday, the 26th, the Queen of Buckingham announced that she would not be attending Climate conference, COP 26 in Glasgow, Scotland. She does not traditionally attend Festival of Memories on November 13th. “It simply came to our notice then that we were not able to attend the memorial service on Saturday, November 13. However, his firm intention remains to attend the National Memory Service on Sunday, November 14, “the statement concluded.”

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