British Prime Minister Boris Johnson returned to work on April 27 after he recovered from coronavirus.
According to reports, speaking outside Downing Street he said the government is not sure about the deadline of the lockdown but they are taking measures.
He thanked the British people for their “grits and guts” during the crisis, and the kingdom for their initiatives during the crisis of COVID-19.
The PM also thanked Foreign Minister Dominic Raab who represented him while he was recovering from the virus.
The Premier wrote on his Twitter, “If you can keep going in the way that you have kept going so far, and if we can show the same spirit of unity and determination as we have all shown in the past six weeks, then I have absolutely no doubt that we will beat this together.”
The official number of coronavirus-related deaths in hospitals across the UK increased to 20,732, an increase of 413 in 24 hours, while reported cases stood at 152,840, an increase of 4,463.
Earlier, Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson was advised to follow precautions at work. Details said that he will follow all medical advice given when he returns to work.
His spokesperson said, “He was only released from hospital yesterday and any decisions which he makes in relation to when he returns to government work will be following the advice of his medical team.”
Boris Johnson had earlier tested positive for coronavirus and was shifted to the hospital where he spent three nights in intensive care.