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Great Britain plans to soften quarantine
UK quarantine mitigation may be announced this week
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson may announce the weakening of quarantine imposed to combat coronavirus. About this writes the Daily Telegraph with reference to the prime minister’s associates.
As noted, this may be announced this week, and on Monday morning Johnson will hold a meeting of the headquarters to combat coronavirus. In particular, the Prime Minister advocates the relaxation of quarantine, if this does not contradict the recommendations of doctors.
The Queen of Great Britain Elizabeth II celebrated her 94th birthday yesterday, April 21.
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the monarch for the first time in many years abandoned the traditional arms salute and triumph in general.
The Queen will celebrate her 94th birthday with her family via video conferencing at Zoom. She is currently in isolation at Windsor Castle with her husband, 98-year-old Prince Philip. It is noted that other members of the royal family are not able to personally congratulate the queen due to the fact that in Britain there is now a strict isolation regime due to the coronavirus pandemic. The assistants of Elizabeth II will make video calls so that the children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren of the Queen can tell her their wishes and congratulations. It is worth noting that according to a long royal tradition, Elizabeth II celebrates her birthday twice a year: one in the family circle, and the second - on a weekend in June. In summer, the Queen is congratulated by the entire state, staging parades and open receptions.
For almost half a century of the reign of Elizabeth II, the solemn parade was canceled only once - in 1955 due to the strike of the railway workers. And this year that parade is canceled because of COVID-19
All the years of the reign of korolev praznik went like this:
In honor of the birthday, state flags are hung on all government buildings, and the queen appears on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. Together with other members of the royal family, Her Majesty is watching an impressive parade.
On this solemn day, a ceremonial parade takes place at the residence of the British kings in Whitehall. The main content of the ceremony is the removal of the banner or, as it is also called, the ceremonial separation of the guards with the removal of the banner. Towards the monarch, the banner of the guards regiment, which is on guard at Buckingham Palace, is being carried out. The banner of the regiment is a dark red banner depicting the crown and yellow ribbons sewn on it, indicating battles and battles where the military personnel of the regiment took part.
Specially trained units of the Royal Horse Guards, in the presence of members of the royal family, invited guests and crowds of curious people, are marching with banners on the parade ground for the Horse Guards.
For almost half a century of the reign of Elizabeth II, the solemn parade was canceled only once - in 1955 due to the strike of the railway workers. And this year that parade is canceled because of CHOVID-19
Every year on this day, the hero of the occasion announces the CBE - a list of prominent public figures who have received the highest attention. In the rankings table, CBE is a notch lower than MBE - Member of the order of the British Empire, but, of course, such a title is very honorable.
Queen Elizabeth II celebrates two birthdays every year.
On the second Saturday of June, the UK celebrates the official birthday of the English monarch (Queen's Official Birthday), which usually does not coincide with this birthday. His Majesty's official birthday may be celebrated on the first, second or third (rarely) Saturday of June.
Queen Elizabeth II (Queen Elizabeth II) was born on April 21, 1926, however, according to tradition, official events are held in the first summer month. This tradition was established at the beginning of the 20th century by the British king Edward VII (Edward VII, November 9, 1841 - May 6, 1910). He was born in late autumn, but wanted to celebrate his birthday in summer, in fine weather, and with a large crowd of people.
Therefore, Queen Elizabeth II celebrates two birthdays every year: her actual birthday is April 21 and her official birthday is in June.
Queen Elizabeth II's birthday is the first time without a salute.
Queen Elizabeth II turned 94 years old, but this year she ordered not to hold a traditional fireworks in honor of her birthday, because she considers it inappropriate against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic. For 68 years of the reign of Elizabeth II, he has not been canceled even once.
It is reported that the monarch is in Windsor Castle with his spouse, Prince Philip.