According to the newspaper, he has instructed his assistants to organize individual meetings with ministers next week to get up to speed on.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who is recovering from the coronavirus infection, is scheduled to return to duty on April 27. This was reported by the Daily Telegraph on Thursday.
According to her, Johnson instructed his aides to arrange individual meetings with ministers next week to get up to speed.
The publication notes that the leader is gradually entering a working rhythm: he talks almost daily with the head of the Foreign Ministry, Dominique Raab, who is temporarily replacing him as Prime Minister, holds meetings with advisers and reviews documents. Johnson is expected to lead the government meeting next week.
On 12 April, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom was discharged from London hospital, where he spent a week with a coronavirus infection, including several days in the intensive care unit. The following day, Johnson’s representative reported that the Prime Minister’s latest coronavirus test was negative.
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