Virus is a work of fiction and should be regarded as entertainment and no more. This book uses history but is not history, as the persons, places, events, and relationships are all elements of the author’s imagination. Any resemblance to actual persons, places, or events is strictly coincidental. The names of aircraft and their characteristics are standard knowledge, as are the buildings in London. The names of royalty are all made up.
This book was written during the pandemic and many of the events may have actually happened, but the author has no knowledge of them. The Buckingham Palace is an impressive facility and it may or may not have guest rooms and conference facilities. England is a historic country and the notion of a Royal Monarchy is definitely something to be enjoyed.
The book continues with the author’s tradition of no violence, no sex, and no bad language.
Thanks to my wife Margaret for help and inspiration.