The Queen of England has evacuated from Buckingham Palace over coronavirus pandemic fears.
Her Majesty, who is 93 years old, was swifly moved to Windsor Castle after Croba crisis talks which was held in the palace.
There are plans to quarantine her and Prince Philip, 98, at Sandringham for the outbreak.
Meanwhile, the death race has increased in the U.K whereby Ten more people lost their lives to the pandemic. taking the UK toll to 21, it was announced today,this was announced earlier today.
The Queen was chauffeured to Windsor on Thursday. A royal source said: “She was in good health at the time she was evacuated,but moving her was thought to be the best thing to do. A lot of her staff are in panic over virus.
“The Palace hosts a constant stream of visitors including politicians and dignitaries from around the world.
“The Queen has met a lot of people there until recently. But she is weeks away from her 94th birthday and advisers believe it is best to get her out of harm’s way.
According to a royal source.
“Buckingham Palace is in the middle of London and also has a bigger staff than other estates so is deemed a much more dangerous location.
“There have been no specific scares or positive tests there yet but no one wants to take any chances.”
The Queen’s court could also be moved permanently during the crisis.
A Palace spokeswoman said: “Future events will be reviewed on an ongoing basis taking into account the appropriate advice.”
Advisers believe the Queen could be even safer if isolated at Sandringham, Norfolk.
There were no confirmed cases in the county until today when three patients tested positive at hospital in King’s Lynn.
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