PM of the UK self isolates after possible exposure to COVID-19

Pm of the UK self isolates after possible exposure to COVID-19
Pm of the UK self isolates after possible exposure to COVID-19Pm of the UK self isolates after possible exposure to COVID-19

The Prime Minister of United Kingdom Boris Johnson is facing the risk of contracting the novel coronavirus once again.

Johnson said in a tweet on Sunday that he was notified by NHS Test and Trace that he should self-isolate as he was in contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19.

He said that he has no symptoms, but he was following the rules and that he would be working from Number 10 as he continues to lead the pandemic response of the Government.

It is noteworthy that the PM of the UK was admitted to ICU in a hospital in London after he had tested positive for the novel coronavirus earlier this year.

A spokesman for the Prime Minister said that the Prime Minister is well and does not have any symptoms of COVID-19. He would carry on working from Downing Street, including heading the Government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Additionally, he said that the Prime Minister would follow the rules and is currently self-isolating.

Johnson met lawmakers, including Lee Anderson, who subsequently developed symptoms of COVID-19 and tested positive.