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No eggs is not a good sign...are the bees polishing cells? ie are the cleaning out cells ready for eggs?
maybe your queen has be superseded by another, I've always found virgin queens really hard to find as they are about the same size as worker bees pre mating flights.
look shes going to be preety hard to find if there are a lot of bees still in the hive. dont worry about the other cells she has prob killed off the other queens.
check out the photo to see what i mean ...there is a virgin queen somewhere in the picture...shes real hard to see though
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So you can do a couple of things....take some of the honey out and make room ie put in undrawn frames.
Then as a precautionary measure you could add a frame of uncapped brood with eggs and small lava from your other hive. worst case scenario they will make another queen. best case scenario, they may make one but the VQ will kill it and begin laying when ready.
Then leave them alone for at least two weeks...they will be fine
that's what i would do just to be sure.
Any other opinions for our beek?