The Queen May Not Be Able to Resume Her Royal Duties After Quarantine

According to The Sun, even though Queen Elizabeth "does not want to slow down or stop working," she will also follow "any official advice designed to protect people in her age category," meaning that she might not be able to resume her public life (attending engagements, meeting diplomates, giving speeches at events) for a long time.
And while the Queen's royal staff has reportedly cleared her calendar until the fall, royal biographer Andrew Morton tells The Sun that it may be unlikely that the Queen will return to her public duties at all. He says:
It’s terribly sad but I can’t see how the Queen can resume her usual job. The Covid-19 virus isn’t going away soon and will be with us for months, if not years. It would be far too risky for the Queen to start meeting people on a regular basis. She has always loved getting out and meeting people but she can’t take the risk. How can she carry out investitures, meet ambassadors, do walkabouts and visit places without meeting people at close range? If she gets the bug, it could be fatal and would put Prince Philip at risk.
He also suggests that Prince Charles might be the one to take up some limited royal engagements if the Queen can't. But hopefully, after this is all over, the palace can find a way for Queen Elizabeth to safely take on her royal obligations once more.

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