The coins date to about 40-50 CE, matching up well with the timeline of the queen's revolt in eastern England in either 60 or 61 AD against the occupying Romans.
The decision follows the emergence of a highly infectious new coronavirus variant in Britain that has prompted many countries to shut their borders to travelers from there.
PM Johnson will chair an emergency response meeting on Monday to discuss international travel, in particular the flow of freight in and out of Britain.
"We need to close the whole world immediately," Netanyahu said in a cabinet meeting.
"We have alerted the World Health Organization and are continuing to analyze the available data to improve our understanding," England's Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty said in a statement.
The historically important document appears to not have had as much power as the suit claims.
The queen is highly admired in British society, and her public backing for the vaccine would be a powerful message to counter anti-vaccination misinformation circulating online.
"The vaccine will be made available across the UK from next week," the government said.
Isolated cases of re-infection with COVID-19 has raised concern that that immunity might be short-lived, but study results suggest reinfection cases remain rare.