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The British Prime Minister Will Return To Work On Monday After Recovering From COVID-19


Boris Johnson - British Prime Minister will return to work on Monday after undergoing COVID-19 treatment from early April.    

This information was confirmed by a Downing Street spokesman on Saturday.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, 55, will regain control of the government that is under intense pressure from the economic collapse amid the COVID-19 pandemic that is widespread in the country.

Earlier, Johnson was taken to St Thomas Hospital in central London with COVID-19 symptoms on April 5, during which he was admitted to intensive care on April 6-9 due to severe illness. As of Saturday, the UK has recorded more than 20,000 deaths from SARS-CoV-2.

The public is increasingly outraged by the government's response to the pandemic, in which the focus and COVID-19 testing was not widespread and the lack of protective equipment for health workers.

Johnson's independent leader Dominic Raab has faced questions about whether Britain will reduce its blockade without a second wave of infections.

The Interior Minister called on the British to abide by the blockade rules. But many lawmakers want these restrictions eased to boost the economy, as budget forecasters believe the fog country may be entering the deepest recession in more than 300 years.



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