British Prime Minister Johnson will not be quarantined after positive COVID-19 test for staff members


London — British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says his downing street affairs do not need to be self-quarantined if members of his staff test positive for the coronavirus on a recent trip to Scotland. Tokoro said.

Johnson visited Fife’s police academy on Wednesday and a wind farm off the coast of Aberdeenshire on Thursday.

Local media reported that a member of Johnson’s staff took him to a police college and traveled with him on a plane that tested positive for the coronavirus.

“The Prime Minister regularly visits communities throughout the UK and all aspects of the visit are carried out in line with COVID guidance,” said a spokesman for Downing Street.

“The prime minister is not in close contact with anyone who tests positive.”

Last month, Treasury Minister Johnson and Finance Minister Rishi Sunak abandoned a strongly criticized plan to join a pilot program that would allow them to become independent and continue to work under state leadership.

“It’s clear that the prime minister hasn’t learned anything from what happened when he tried to create a reason for exceeding the rules that everyone else had to obey,” said Anneliese Dodds, chairman of the opposition Labor Party. ..

“Senior conservatives are really taking the masses for fools. This is yet another example of one rule for them and another for everyone else.”

James Davy