“Considering that the queen decided to make a public appearance within 12 weeks of the announcement that she had received the first dose of the vaccine, it is clear that she has already received the second. Her advisers would not have put her at risk, “a Buckingham Palace source told the British newspaper. The Sun.
“Even at 94, knowing that a person has received both doses of the vaccine and is well protected is very reassuring,” he added.
On January 9 of this year, both the queen and her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh received the first dose of the vaccine, at Windsor Castle where the royal couple have been in confinement, most of 2020.