Boris Johnson the Prime Minister of the UK has been moved out of hospital after recovering in the intensive care unit of St.Thomas hospital in London. He was one of the high profile individuals on this earth to contract the Coronavirus.
Clearly the virus has no discrimination for whether one is a Prime Minister or otherwise. This is the reason why self-isolating and maintaining social distance is warranted.
Boris will not return to work immediately as he is still recuperating. He will continue his recovery at Chequers the official country residence of the office of the Prime Minister P.M. The residence is a beautiful 16th century manor house in origin, it is located near the village of Ellesborough, halfway between Princes Risborough and Wendover in Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom, at the foot of the Chiltern Hills.
His duties are still being carried out by Dominic Raab the Foreign Secretary. The whole Country was shocked to find out that their P.M. was diagnosed as positive with the virus on March 26th, and 10 days later was still showing symptoms of fever and coughing.
He is grateful to all at the hospital who provided exceptional care to ensure he survived the ordeal that he had to go through.
The United Kingdom needs its very popular leader who has an approval rating of over 55% the highest for any leader for over 70 years. His stance on removing the UK from the EU by the end of this year is the single biggest challenge before his government given the chaos that exists as a result of the global pandemic.