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Queen Elizabeth Speak About COVID-19 Pandemic in Rare Televised Address

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Queen Elizabeth Speak About COVID-19 Pandemic in Rare Televised Address

Queen Elizabeth Speak About COVID-19 Pandemic in Rare Televised Address

On April 5th, Queen Elizabeth sat down and addressed the effect that COVID-19 was having on the United Kingdom, calling it a “time of disruption”.

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Elizabeth II Elizabeth II Queen of the United Kingdom and the other Commonwealth realms since 1952

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