The British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is said to be returning to work on Monday havin recovered from coronavirus after being diagnosed late last months and even spending three nights in intensive care after being admitted to the St Thomas Hospital in central London in early April.
Boris Johnson will be getting back to work from Monday as the country face a huge economic fallout from the lockdown and closed businesses all the while a thousands of new cases are emerging every day and the death toll keeps rising.
The UK has over 148,000 coronavirus cases and the number of deaths has crossed the 20,000 mark on Saturday making it the fifth country to reach these high numbers.
The government remains under a lot of pressure from all corners over their response to the coronavirus pandemic as hospitals, medical works and everyone on the front line faces shortage of personal protective equipment (PPEs).
Dominic Raab who has been standing in for Boris Johnson has face a lot of questions regarding how the country will ease the lockdown without risking a wave of infections similar to what happened in Italy.
Many lawmakers now want these restrictions to be lifted or eased to kick start the economy again as predictions by forecasters say that the country could be heading into its first recession in more than 300 years all the while UK’s interior ministry is urging people to follow the lockdown rules to curb the spread of the coronavirus.