Coronavirus fears over Boris Johnson and Carrie Symonds as Lead Government Scientist goes into Self-Isolation

A LEADING EXPERT WHO ADVISED THE UK GOVERNMENT  ON ITS RESPONSE TO THE CORONAVIRUS SELF-ISOLATES. HE WAS WITH BORIS JOHNSON ON MONDAY.

 

BORIS JOHNSON released the latest set of coronavirus guidelines on Monday, but following his announcement his second in command has been suffering from covid-19 symptoms. Does this mean the Prime Minister and his pregnant partner Carrie Symonds are at risk after being in close proximity?

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Professor Neil Ferguson, the Top Adviser to the Government, now believes he has the virus

Epidemiologist Neil Ferguson announced he was suffering from Coronavirus symptoms today, hours after standing within close proximity of Boris Johnson

Professor Ferguson revealed he had fallen ill in a tweet posted this morning. He is now in self-isolation in his flat in central London

Yesterday, Johnson was joined by Chancellor Rishi Sunak who unveiled a significant lifeline for the economy and business.

During both appearances this week, Ferguson was on hand to offer his expert advice, but after announcing via his official Twitter account he is suffering from covid-19 symptoms, is the Prime Minister at risk?

He told his followers: “Sigh. I developed a slight dry but persistent cough yesterday and self-isolated even though I felt fine.

“Then developed a high fever at 4 am today. There is a lot of COVID-19 in Westminster.”

 

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