Queen Elizabeth safe after COVID-19 scare

Queen Elizabeth safe after COVID-19 scare

A staff member tested positive for COVID-19 at the Queen's holiday residence. 

Queen Elizabeth
Instagram/ The Royal Family

Queen Elizabeth will stay on at her summer holiday residence in Scotland after a staff member tested positive for COVID-19. 

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According to reports, the staff at Balmoral are tested for COVID-19 daily.

Workers have been told to wear masks and to socially distance, but the royals themselves are pretty much carrying on as they were.

The member who tested positive for COVID-19 was sent home to recover. 

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The Queen returned to Scotland a few weeks ago and was formally welcomed to Balmoral on August 9. It's her first trip up to Balmoral since the death of her husband of 73 years, Prince Phillip. 

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Image Credit: Instagram/ The Royal Family

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