January 19, 2022

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In the communication case, Boris Johnson was finally forced to completely isolate himself

The Prime Minister was forced to isolate himself before removing the infection controls

The news comes just hours before the last restrictions across the channel are lifted. In the communications case, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will have to isolate himself, but only when he is not working, as he is participating in a pilot project, Downing Street first announced on Sunday.

However, in the face of outrage, the opposition condemned a government “above the law”, and a Downing Street spokesman said the two would observe a period of isolation two hours later.

When contacted by the Case Detection and Tracking Service, the prime minister was in check at the heads of state’s country residence, saying, “He will be there to isolate himself, he will not participate in the pilot program.”

Rishi Sunak, the former mayor of London and finance minister, said “since they were contacted by the public health service, they have been in contact with someone who has tested positive for the cove.” Health Minister Sajid Javed on Saturday announced a positive test for Govt-19.

“Essential Government Matters”

Boris Johnson and Rishi Chunak will escape complete isolation, however, “they will participate in a pilot daily screening program”, which “allows them to continue working from Downing Street”.

“During this period they will only handle essential government matters,” the spokesman said.

Covit-19 is one of the worst-hit countries in Europe, where more than 128,600 people have been killed, with the UK seeing weeks of pollution, surpassing 54,000 cases on Saturday.

Despite these figures, Boris Johnson announced on Monday that it would remove all remaining restrictions in the UK, including the need to wear a mask or social distance, preferring to believe in personal “responsibility”.

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