Britain’s Queen Elizabeth (95) told during a virtual hospital visit how she felt after contracting the Corona virus. “I was very tired and exhausted,” she said.
The Queen made a virtual visit last week to the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel, where a ward is named after her. During that visit, I listened to the stories of medical staff and patients, such as COVID-19 patient Asif Hussain and his wife Shamina.
“That makes you very tired and exhausted, doesn’t it,” said the Queen. “This terrible epidemic.”
Hussein was the third member of his family to be admitted after the injury in December 2020. His brother died first and then his father, while the same man was on oxygen. “I remember waking up and feeling there was no oxygen in the room. But when I took my head out the window, I couldn’t breathe. I couldn’t breathe. He ended up on a ventilator for seven weeks and still recovering. Now he’s in a wheelchair and on a ventilator. .
Buckingham Palace reported at the time that the Queen was experiencing fairly mild symptoms after being infected. Today it seems to be working better, although it is not yet mobile.
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