Doctors sent 96-year-old Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain under medical observation in Scotland. This is stated in a statement from Buckingham Palace.
"Following further examination this morning, the Queen's doctors expressed concern for Her Majesty's state of health and advised her to remain under medical supervision."
Now all the children of Elizabeth II are sent to Balmoral Castle. The BBC TV channel has changed its broadcast schedule and regularly publishes reports on the Queen's condition.
Newly elected British Prime Minister Liz Truss, amid reports of the Queen's deteriorating health, said that "the thoughts of the people of Great Britain" are now with Elizabeth II and the whole country is following the news of Buckingham Palace.
Due to the health of the Queen, the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace on September 8 has been cancelled.
On the eve of Wednesday, Elizabeth II, on the advice of doctors, postponed the meeting of the Privy Council scheduled for the evening of the same day in an online format. She was advised to rest after her audiences with Boris Johnson and new British Prime Minister Liz Truss.
In February, Elizabeth II contracted the coronavirus, the disease proceeded in a mild form. According to the AP, Elizabeth II was vaccinated with three doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. Last October, Queen Elizabeth II had to spend the night in the hospital after doctors advised her to cancel a visit to Northern Ireland. Then it was reported that for the first time in eight years, the queen spent so much time in the hospital, the hospitalization was not related to COVID-19.