British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who won the battle with Corona, returned to his office

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who won the battle with Corona, returned to his office
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who won the battle with Corona, returned to his office

London, 27 April. Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson has returned to office to command a country facing an unprecedented crisis, preparing a UK strategy to overcome a corona virus infection and to combat the outbreak of a global pandemic. He got infected with the virus about a month ago. The Prime Minister was discharged from the hospital on 12 April, after which he was staying at the Prime Minister's House Checkers on the outskirts of Buckinghamshire town and the charge of the country was in the hands of Foreign Minister Dominic Rabb.

According to BBC news, Johnson is likely to preside over the regular cabinet meeting on Monday morning regarding Kovid-19. He will then hold talks with senior ministers and officials. Johnson was confirmed infected with the Corona virus on March 27, a month after which he returned to 10 Downing Street.

There is a lot of pressure on the Prime Minister to plan to relax stringent restrictions on social distance. These restrictions remain in force until 7 May, after which the government will have to legally review them. With 413 people killed on Sunday in Britain, the death toll of this dangerous virus in the country has reached 20,732.

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