Queen Elizabeth II asks her citizens for unity against coronavirus

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Queen Elizabeth II has addressed all Britons and warned them to stick together in the face of the “period of great concern and uncertainty” as the country is wandering into the new coronavirus epidemic.

The British Royal House has sent a statement, specifically Queen Elizabeth II to address all British and warn them to stay together in the face of the ” period of great concern and uncertainty” in which the country is entering the epidemic of the new coronavirus. The 93-year-old monarch was leaving Buckingham Palace today, Thursday March 19, to move to Windsor Castle, west of the British capital, as a precaution against the spread of the pathogen, which has so far killed 137 in the United Kingdom.

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A MESSAGE FROM HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN . As Philip and I arrive at Windsor today, we know that many individuals and families across the United Kingdom, and around the world, are entering a period of great concern and uncertainty. We are all being advised to change our normal routines and regular patterns of life for the greater good of the communities we live in and, in particular, to protect the most vulnerable within them. At times such as these, I am reminded that our nation’s history has been forged by people and communities coming together to work as one, concentrating our combined efforts with a focus on the common goal. We are enormously thankful for the expertise and commitment of our scientists, medical practitioners and emergency and public services; but now more than any time in our recent past, we all have a vitally important part to play as individuals – today and in the coming days, weeks and months. Many of us will need to find new ways of staying in touch with each other and making sure that loved ones are safe. I am certain we are up to that challenge. You can be assured that my family and I stand ready to play our part. ELIZABETH R

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“We have all been warned to change our normal routines and our normal life patterns for the good of the communities in which we live and, in particular, to protect the most vulnerable,” it said in the statement. “In times like these, I recall that the history of our nation has been forged by people and communities that have come together to work as one, concentrating our efforts with a common goal , ” he added.

Queen Elizabeth II also wished to acknowledge the “experience and commitment” of scientists, doctors and emergency services fighting the epidemic. The Queen and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson have chosen to keep their weekly contacts on the phone, which normally take place on Wednesdays at Buckingham Palace.

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