Dangerous epidemic – Queen Elizabeth describes the experience of fatigue from Kovid-19

London: Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II, referring to her own recovery from Kovid-19 for the first time, told how she felt very tired after being diagnosed with the infection in February. Britain’s 95-year-old Queen was addressing the digital opening ceremony of a new COVID-19 ward named after her at a hospital in east London last week.

The Queen officially inaugurated the Queen Elizabeth Unit at the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel, according to footage released on Monday and listened to the stories of patients and staff taking advantage of the hospital’s services during the pandemic.

It is very difficult not to meet relatives
Asif Hussain, a patient of Kovid-19 and his In a conversation with wife Shamina, the Queen said about the virus, ‘‘It makes a man very tired and squeezed. Isn’t it right? This dangerous epidemic.’’ Describing the problems of the patients, he said, ‘‘Obviously it is very difficult not to meet your relatives.’’

The Queen stayed overnight in the hospital in October
The Queen’s health has been a concern since she spent an overnight stay in the hospital last October, which the palace later revealed Was. Her public appearances have become rare, and she has complained of mobility problems. His 96th birthday on 21st April  Coming.

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