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Boris Johnson, the United Kingdom’s Prime Minister, is going to self-isolation on Downing Street. Health Secretary Matt Hancock went under forced self-isolation too.
The Brexit supporter and Great Britain’s valuable politic Boris Johnson has tested positive for coronavirus. He will remain at his home, waiting for recovery. The clouds around London are especially heavy. On Thursday, Boris had the first symptoms, so he went to the doctor and then received the unhappy news. Johnson will continue to rule England from his residence at Downing Street, via video conferences.
In a video that Johnson posted on Twitter, he confirms that he has ‘mild symptoms’, such as cough and temperature. Johnson feels very good, claiming he can control the country with no issues.
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
His will remains strong, worth respect. He said:
“But be in no doubt that I can continue, thanks to the wizardry of modern technology, to communicate with all my top team, to lead the national fightback against coronavirus. The more effectively we all comply with those measures, the faster our country will come through this epidemic and the faster we’ll bounce back. We’re going to beat it and we’re going to beat it together. Stay at home, protect the NHS and save lives.”
Will Boris Johnson Handle Great Britain via Video Chats?
After England’s chief medical officer suggested Johnson for a test, he agreed. The COVID-19 probe showed that the prime minister is ill. The spokesperson James Slack said on Friday that the prime minister is issuing orders. He can contact employees via some conference app, (apparently that’s not Slack). Two days earlier, the news reported Prince Charles has coronavirus. Last week, the 71-year old prince is having small symptoms, just like the prime minister.
The prime minister will grab a special meal delivery from his front door every day. God bless the Queen, firefighters agree to perform such deliveries in such dark days.
Coronavirus is hitting a lot of the world’s most notable political leaders. Germany’s Angel Merkel recently got test positive for coronavirus. Social networks were full of photos with Angela buying a lot of wine in a grocery, days before she got test positive.
Experts Claim the Market Enters Uncertainty Lane
Johnson was assessed by Chris Whitty, the chief medical officer, yet the future of British finance seems foggy. James Sullivan from Divento Financials says that no books are teaching on how to trade during coronavirus outbreak. Previously, when humanity had to deal with dangerous viruses, the markets weren’t dependent on the exchange rates. Now, it’s different:
“You could be the greatest technical analyst or economics professor on the planet but there are no textbooks that tell you how to trade Boris Johnson contracting the coronavirus.”
Jeremy Corbyn had nothing to say but to with Prime Minister good health on Twitter. Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak had left the office on Downing Street. Boris Johnson’s flat is situated in suit 11, while the office is in the 10th suit. Both buildings connected with back doors. Both doors were closed off.
The Health Secretary Matt Hancock has positive test results on coronavirus and went under self-isolation too.