The British government said that the list of Queen Elizabeth II birthday honors, which was scheduled to be released next month, will be postponed until the autumn. British Minister of Culture Du Yongdun said that this decision is to allow anti-epidemic medical care to be recognized. When the epidemic prevention and blocking measures are relaxed, the awardees can celebrate.
During a press conference on Downing Street on Wednesday, Du Yongdun said that the Queen of England agreed to postpone the list of birthday honors until autumn, and he hoped that the list could fully reflect the work of frontline medical staff. What is memorable is the outstanding contribution made by many people.
In addition, Moore, a 100-year-old retired World War II veteran, will be awarded the title of “Jazz” by the Queen. He walked around the garden 100 times last month to raise money for the National Health Service (NHS).
Buckingham Palace said it was discussing with Moore’s family how to award him the rank of Jazz. Moore hoped that when the queen patted his right shoulder with a sword, he would not be too hard.