Sovereign Elizabeth II has made her first official statement in the wake of testing positive for COVID-19 – saluting Great Britain’s curling teams for their medal-winning performances at the Beijing Olympics.

“I send my warmest congrats to the Team GB ladies’ twisting group on your exceptional execution in winning the gold medal at the Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games, following the silver medal accomplished by the men’s twisting group yesterday,” the 95-year-old ruler said.

“I realize that your local communities and individuals all through the United Kingdom will go along with me in sending our great wishes to you, your mentors and the loved ones who have upheld you in your extraordinary achievement,” she added on the imperial family’s Twitter account.

Buckingham Palace declared Sunday that the Queen was encountering “gentle cold-like symptoms” and would go on with “light duties.”

“She will keep on getting clinical consideration and will observe every one of the suitable rules,” the assertion read.

The Queen was inoculated against the virus in mid 2021, and has since gotten a booster dose.

Insight about her contamination comes after her oldest child, Prince Charles, recently tried positive for the coronavirus for the subsequent time. Her little girl in-regulation Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, gotten the sickness four days after the fact.

“The mood at Windsor Castle is one of alert and no significant reason to become genuinely anxious,” said news illustrious journalist Daniela Relph, who added that there is a sense it will be “the same old thing as much as is workable for the Queen.”

The sovereign has no public engagements arranged for the current week, yet all things considered, any planned video meetings have been deferred, the news announced.