British prime minister Boris Johnson has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, he announced on Friday. Becoming the world’s highest-profile leader to reveal the infection. The news comes after the heir to the British throne, Prince Charles also divulged that he had tested positive. The 71 years old British Prince Charles isolated him at home in Scotland. P.M. full name is Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson.
Soon after he was announced his coronavirus reports he was isolating himself in his home. Johnson said that he was seeing mild symptoms of the coronavirus in 24 hours. And he also said that he will continue to lead the government to respond via video conferencing.
Borish Johnson and his health secretary Matt Hancock have tested for the coronavirus And his health minister Matt Hancock is also sefF isolated at home.
The prime minister who is 55 will self-isolated for seven days in his flat above the No.11 Downing street after announcing that he had mild symptoms of a cough and temperature. Johnson received the result at midnight, just hours after he was seen outside the door of no. 10 clapping in support of NHS working, alongside the Chancellor, Rishi. Sunak.
Hancock has the responsibility for the NHS said he would self – isolated until next Thursday. Whitty had not taken a test said he would ” be continuing to advise the government on the medical response to coronavirus, supported by my deputies.
Johnson and Hancock have been in repeated contact with senior politicians, including cabinet members and advisers in the last few days. But despite the two men testing positive, no other minister and advisers would be tested for the virus unless they showed symptoms, Downing Street said.