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Boris Johnson Tests Negative But Still Remains in Self-Isolation

Boris Johnson was tested negative for the coronavirus on Monday, but will finish his two-week isolation period, the spokesman for the British prime minister said on Tuesday.


Johnson was warned Sunday by the NHS national health service based on information from a tracking system. He started his workweek in self-isolation, as the rules dictate.

In a video, on Monday he said he felt “better than ever”.

The 56-year-old government leader became infected with the virus at the end of March. After a stay of several days in intensive care, he was allowed to leave the hospital in mid-April.

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