If the coronavirus outbreak worsens Queen and Prince Philip will be quarantined at their Sandringham estate. Royal sources have revealed that she is in good health but to avoid uncertainties it is best to move her.
Her Majesty scheduled to visit Cheshire and Camden but the plans have been delayed because of coronavirus. Coronavirus, officially known as COVID-19, spread across the globe and almost 149 countries are affected by this virus.
In the UK, the death rate almost doubled toady as ten more people died today. The death toll reached 21 in the UK.
Queen has also been advised to postponed her annual garden parties in May & June to reduce the spread of coronavirus. It was reported that Her majesty pledged not to let the outbreak stop her from performing her royal duties.
It was reported that a building in Windsor Great Park was sealed for a deep clean after three people showed symptoms similar to those of COVID-19.
The Queen, 93, was due to visit the Bentley Motors Factory in Crewe, & the Jodrell Bank Observatory & Square Kilometre Array Global Headquarters in Macclesfield on March 19.
She was also due to visit Camden on March 26. The full details of the trip had not yet been issued.
A statement on the park’s website said: “As a precautionary measure we have taken the decision to close The Savill Building. The decision is taken to conduct a deep clean of the premises, after becoming aware of three individuals, who are showing symptoms similar to those of Covid-19, having been on site.”