The Royal Family is still managing to maintain contact with their various patronages, and issue messages of support to the public. On Sunday, the Queen addressed the nation and called on Britons to "remain united and resolute" as the coronavirus crisis continues.
The monarch also praised frontline medical staff saying: "I want to thank everyone on the NHS front line, as well as care workers and those carrying out essential roles, who selflessly continue their day-to-day duties outside the home in support of us all.
"I am sure the nation will join me in assuring you that what you do is appreciated and every hour of your hard work brings us closer to a return to more normal times.
Another royal to have been working behind the scenes to praise those working on the NHS front lines - Sophie, Countess of Wessex.
Sophie sent note of support one of her patronages to let them know she is amazed by their hard work amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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Sharing a picture of the letter Sophie sent on Twitter, Thames Valley Air Ambulance wrote: "A wonderful piece of #MondayMotivation.
"Thank you to our Royal Patron, Her Royal Highness Countess of Wessex, for the inspiring letter and her kind words of support for crew and staff at @TVAirAmb. #StayHomeSaveLives."
Sophie has been patron of Thames Valley Air Ambulance since January 2019, and the service is one which had previously saved her life.
In 2001, Sophie was airlifted from her home in Bagshot Park to hospital when she suffered a potentially life-threatening ectopic pregnancy.
Sophie Wessex news: The Countess of Wessex wrote a letter of praise to Thames Valley Air Ambulance
Sophie Wessex news: Sophie has been patron of Thames Valley Air Ambulance since January 2019
Addressing the letter to Amanda McClean, the CEO of Thames Valley Air Ambulance Sophie wrote: "Dear Amanda, I write to you to let you know that I am thinking of you during this time of uncertainty.
"You, your colleagues and the people you serve are in my thoughts and prayers.
"I know you will continue to operate as best you can and help those in need, in what are difficult circumstances.
"Please look after yourselves and each other as we make our way through this period. With very best wishes, Sophie."
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The Royal Family have been keeping up with their patronages, working from home to praise those working hard in the fight against coronavirus.
Prince Charles appeared via videolink to virtually open the new Nightingale Hospital in London, which is dedicated to treating coronavirus patients.
Prince Charles himself had tested positive for coronavirus, but fortunately experienced only mild symptoms and is now recovered.
Now the royals have come together to issue a message of support to Boris Johnson and his family, after it was announced the Prime Minister had been moved to intensive care at St Thomas' Hospital due to worsening coronavirus symptoms.
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Mr Johnson, 55, was admitted to St Thomas' Hospital, across the River Thames from parliament, late on Sunday after suffering symptoms including a fever and a cough for more than 10 days.
His condition deteriorated, and he was moved on Monday to an intensive care unit in case he needed to be put on a ventilator.
In an update on Tuesday evening, his Downing Street office said he would remain there for close monitoring and no further update was expected before Wednesday.
Buckingham Palace announced on Tuesday the Queen had reached out to Johnson’s fiancée Carrie Symonds and his family.
The statement said: “Her Majesty said they were in her thoughts and that she wished the Prime Minister a full and speedy recovery."
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have also issued a message of support to Mr Johnson.
A message on the Kensington Royal Twitter account, ending with the initial W read: “Our thoughts are with the Prime Minister and his family, who like so many in the UK and around the world are affected by coronavirus.
“We wish him a speedy recovery at this difficult time.”