With the British spreading the chronobirus virus infection, the Duchess and Duchess of Cambridge will hold a three-day national tour on December 6 to meet first-class staff. According to statements from Kensington Palace, the Royal Train Tour would cover 1,250 kilometers between William Prince and Kate Middleton in the territories of England, Scotland and Wales. When the Royal Tour saw the number of coronavirus cases in the UK rise to 17.10.379, with the death toll rising to 61,111, the latest account from Johns Hopkins University revealed.
“The Duchess and Duchess are very enthusiastic about the tremendous work that has been done across the country this difficult year,” Kensington Palace said in a statement.
During the tour, the royal couple will meet with primary health care workers, care home staff and teachers, thanking the nation on behalf of the services they have not had during the crisis. “To share our gratitude on behalf of the nation to all those who support local communities before the Christmas break (they are looking forward to it).” The note confirmed that many commitments will celebrate the spirit of the community and show the impact of public generosity amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The queen to be vaccinated
The visit will be ready for Queen William II’s grandmother Elizabeth II to receive the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine “within a week”. The monarch, 94, and her 99-year-old husband, Prince Philip, will receive an early dose of the vaccine because of their age, but will not receive preferential treatment. On the other hand, the monarchs will have to wait in line for those over 80 and in the wave of the first injections saved by the cared for residents.
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British Public Health Experts say that if the royal couple were to go public about taking the COVID-19 vaccine, Pfizer-BioNTech could help deal with the misinformation about the vaccine. According to local media reports, Prince Charles and Prince William are currently discussing their possible role in publicizing the vaccination program.
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