British Prime Minister Johnson Ends Self-Isolation
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson ends his self-isolation in connection with the coronavirus on Thursday.
He will reveal at a press conference in which regions of England the restrictive measures remain in place to contain the spread of the virus.
“The prime minister will hold a press conference later in the day,” Finance Minister Rishi Sunak announced.
Johnson was told on November 15 that he had to be quarantined because a tracking system showed that he had been in contact with an infected person.
It concerned his party colleague Lee Anderson. From then on, Johnson worked from his official residence and took part in the debates in the House of Commons via a video connection.
At the end of March, Johnson announced that he had become infected with the virus. He was hospitalized in April and was treated in the intensive care unit for three days.
He was released from the hospital in mid-April and recovered at home.