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Windsor Castle staff will go to great lengths to protect the Queen from COVID-19.

The 94-year-old man and her husband Prince Philip have been secluded in the castle for the past nine weeks.

According to The Sun, the couple is guarded by 24 loyal employees, who work on a “three-week, three-week holiday” basis.

Staff members are divided into two groups of 12 people, who spend two weeks at home and the third week in quarantine during their time off.

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Before returning to work, each employee is then tested for Covid-19 and the temperature is taken.

This means they can serve the Queen and Prince Philip without the need for personal protective equipment.

A source said: “There is no chance that can be taken with the health of the Queen and Duke, so it is truly understandable. But the fact that this step has been taken shows that there will be no immediate change.”

“The Queen will obviously be locked up for months. It’s hard to see when it will be considered safe for her to explore again.”

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