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Queen Elizabeth ‘Reluctantly’ Accepts Doctors Orders to Rest: Buckingham Palace
Queen Elizabeth has “reluctantly accepted medical advice” to rest for a few days, according to a surprise announcement from Buckingham Palace that added the queen’s undisclosed ailment is “not COVID related.” The statement announced the cancellation...
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