Sticking to UK guidelines, Johnson to self-isolate until temperature falls
LONDON British Prime Minister Boris Johnson may stick with guidelines given by overall health officials and stay in self-isolation up to his warm temperature lands, his brokers said on Friday.
Earlier, Johnson, that examined helpful for COVID-19 a while back, said he cannot be charge with illegal trespass always self-isolating, longer than the recommended seven-day steering.
“He does continue to have mild symptoms, in particular a temperature. The guidance is clear that if you still have a high temperature you should keep self-isolating until it returns to normal,” the spokesperson shared with journalists.
“The guidance is really, really explicit. It sets out that you should stay at home for seven days, but that you should stay at home for longer if a high temperature persists. The PM is following that advice to the letter.”