Queen Elizabeth II chose not to wear a face covering at her first public engagement since the coronavirus pandemic began. While both the monarch and Prince William did not wear masks, Buckingham Palace said medical advice was sought and "all necessary precautions taken."
Infectious disease specialist Dr. Sandra Kesh told Insider that while there was minimal risk involved at this particular event, the Queen should have considered wearing a mask to encourage others to do the same. Dr. Kesh added that "it reaffirms that this is a shared responsibility regardless of your position or station in life" - Insider reports.
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