British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, again in solitary confinement for Covid-19


Boris Johnson is back in solitary confinement after coming into contact with a confirmed COVID-19 positive person. The British prime minister has no symptoms and will continue to work from home, according to an official document.

He was informed by the National Health Service that he should have isolated himself because he had met a group of parliamentarians, one of whom had tested positive.

Johnson himself contracted the disease in late March, shortly after announcing the first nationwide quarantine. He initially continued to work on Downing Street before his health deteriorated and was taken to St Thomas’s Hospital in central London.

It is unclear whether he has coronavirus immunity, after some doctors the immunity period after infection is three months, meaning a person who was sick could contact the virus again.

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