710 people in line for farewell to Elizabeth II needed medical help

Among the people waiting in line to say goodbye to Queen Elizabeth II of Britain in Westminster Hall, more than 700 people have needed medical help for all days.

According to European Truth, this is reported by the BBC.

The National Service reported that, as of the end of Friday, 710 people received assistance, of which more than 80 were taken to the hospital, including those with cold symptoms. As previously reported, the most frequent situations were when people passed out from fatigue, while some suffered head injuries during the fall.

As you know, parting takes place around the clock, you have to wait for your turn for more than 10 hours. The night from Saturday to Sunday will again be cold with temperatures around 5°C, so people have been urged to take care of warm clothes.

At about 18:30 Kyiv time, joining the queue was finally closed – according to calculations, it already has the maximum number of people from those who will have time to get into Westminster Hall before the funeral, which will take place on September 19.

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