The British government has asked citizens Don’t deposit tribute After the death of the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip became the focus of attention in front of official buildings such as Buckingham Palace.
The Royal House initially issued a statement stating that it was actually displayed on the gate of the residence of Queen Elizabeth II, but was forced to Avoid the crowdUse is discouraged during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The police initially asked the public to maintain social distancing and suggested that each group should maintain a distance of at least two meters, but the government spokesperson directly asked the public Don’t put flowers nearby Beside different palaces.
“Although this is a very difficult time for many people, we ask people not to gather in royal residences and Follow the advice Public health, especially avoiding large group gatherings and reducing business trips,” the spokesperson said. British Broadcasting Corporation.
It remains to be seen how the measures taken by the pandemic will be applied to the prevention and treatment of AIDS. Official Tribute Act There is no date for the funeral of Prince Philip. British regulations currently limit the number of people attending a funeral to a maximum of 30 people.