Serhat TUNAR -TDO- The outbreak of the new type coronavirus (Covid-19) paralyzes life all over the world, bringing with it many events that are not accounted for. In one of these unusual circumstances, Queen Elizabeth II of England, who has been on the throne for 68 years, has been in charge. Elizabeth will give a private speech to the public on Sunday (Today). The Queen had only spoken privately in extraordinary circumstances three times before. His public address, due to the covid-19 outbreak, will be his fourth private speech. The Queen's speech will be broadcast live on television, radio and social media channels.
As around the world, the number of people who have died from coronavirus in the UK is growing, and Elizabeth II, the 93-year-old Queen of England, is due to speak to the public on Sunday. The Queen had previously attended Princess Diana's funeral in 1997, when her mother passed away in 2002, and in 1991, when she died. He had addressed the public privately three times, including during the Gulf War.
Queen Elizabeth II has been at the Palace of Windsor since March under the measure against Covid-19. The Queen's public address will take place from the record, not live.
The Queen is also expected to thank health officials in England in her speech.