In the statement released by the prime minister’s office number 10, it was stated that Johnson had contacted someone who was registered in the National Health Services (NHS) testing and monitoring system and had a positive Kovid-19 test and was therefore informed of isolate yourself.
It has also been shared that Boris Johnson is in good health and has no symptoms of Kovid-19.
In the statement, it was noted that Johnson had quarantined himself and would continue his work from the Prime Minister’s office.
Under UK rules, those who have previously received Kovid-19 treatment are not exempt from quarantine. After notification from the Test and Tracking System, people must go into quarantine for at least 2 weeks, even if their tests are negative.
On March 27, Prime Minister Johnson’s Kovid-19 test tested positive and he was hospitalized on April 5. Given oxygen support, Johnson was taken to intensive care as his condition deteriorated. The British Prime Minister was dismissed on 12 April and returned to his post about 2 weeks later.