Coronavirus infection has been detected in the body of Prime Minister Boris Johnson. The test found his coronavirus-positive. He is the first PM to have been affected by coronavirus as any country.
The infection was confirmed on March 11 by Health Minister Nadine Doris. The British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was attacked by Coronavirus 15 days later. Downing Street has said the Prime Minister’s official residence in London, Mr. Johnson’s body has ‘mild symptoms’ of coronavirus infection, including fever and cough, and he will remain in isolation. Downing Street said the government would do all the work, including controlling the coronavirus, at the home conference, even if it was at home isolation.
In a video message on Twitter on Friday, Boris said, “In the past 24 hours, there were fever and persistent cough symptoms. That is why I did the coronavirus test on the advice of the Chief Medical Officer. Today, the report of that test has come out of ‘Covid-19 positive.’ “
Over the last 24 hours I have developed mild symptoms and tested positive for coronavirus.
I am now self-isolating, but I will continue to lead the government’s response via video-conference as we fight this virus.
— Boris Johnson #StayHomeSaveLives (@BorisJohnson) March 27, 2020
At the same time, he said, now work from home or work from home. It is in-home isolation. From there, the video conference will handle government activities. Thanks to the doctors and health workers who are working all over the country. Boris said, “We will fight against Coronavirus all together.”
In a statement, the 55-year-old Mr, at the personal advice of Chris Whitey, the chief medical officer of England, said. Johnson himself tests for coronavirus infection. The test was conducted at 10 Downing Street by NHS staff from the British healthcare company.
Thursday night Mr. Johnson was last seen in public. He was the first of the world’s leading countries to report the infection with coronavirus. However, it was not clear how many members of his government might have to go into isolation after he was diagnosed with coronavirus infection.
|Britain Health Minister Matt Hancock|