According to news from London, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson tweeted on Friday that during the past 24 hours, “minor symptoms of coronavirus” appeared in his body and he had positively tested the new coronavirus.
Johnson introduces this 2-minute and 12-second video recording that he is currently being isolated at the Prime Minister’s residence in 10 Downing Street. But he is being branded a new model by the British government through video conferencing and other methods. Will continue to guide efforts to fight the epidemic.
In the video, 55-year-old Johnson said, “I’m working from home and feeling lonely. Which is totally okay.” “But undoubtedly, thanks to the help of magically advanced technology. I will continue to work with my top team to guide the nation’s resistance to the virus.”
“I thank all the people involved. of course, our members of the National Health Service (NHS),” Johnson said. “Thanks to everyone who works with me as a home to prevent this virus from spreading among families.”
According to the BBC, Johnson was tested for the new coronavirus at 10 Downing Street with the help of NHS staff at the personal advice of Professor Chris Whitty, Chief Medical Officer of the United Kingdom.
A statement from the Prime Minister’s Office added that he would remain responsible for the government’s handling of the crisis. A spokesman for the British Prime Minister earlier this week said that if Johnson was unwell and unable to work properly, then British Foreign Secretary Raab would be held accountable.