Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II won’t have fun her birthday on Tuesday with a standard gun salute because of the coronavirus disaster, Buckingham Palace stated on Saturday.
“There will be no gun salutes. Her Majesty was keen that no special measures were put in place to allow gun salutes as she did not feel it appropriate in the current circumstances,” the palace instructed AFP.
The queen, who turns 94 on Tuesday, made a uncommon nationwide deal with at Easter, saying that “we know that coronavirus will not overcome us” and that “we will meet again” after the nation’s lockdown is lifted.
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Lockdown orders have been made final month, and prolonged this week for one more three weeks because the nation’s official loss of life toll from the virus hit 14,576.