British Prime Minister Boris Johnson returns to work tomorrow

Johnson was admitted to St Thomas's Hospital in central London on April 5, suffering from COVID-19 symptoms, and stayed intensive care on April 6-9. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will be back at work on Monday, a spokeswoman on Downing Street reported on Saturday, after healing from a coronavirus infection that took him to intensive care for three nights in early April. 
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson returns to work tomorrow

Johnson, 55, would assume back control of a government under threat from the economic crisis of shutdowns aimed at curbing the spread of the highly contagious epidemic and a growing death toll. 
As of Saturday, Britain reported more than 20,000 COVID-19 deaths, by the virus. There is increasing concern regarding the government's response to the pandemic, with insufficient testing and scarcity of protective equipment for medical staff and nurses.

Dominic Raab, Johnson's stand-in leader, has faced concerns over how Britain could ease the lockdown without a deadly second wave of infections. Britain's interior minister advised Britons earlier on Saturday to adhere to lockdown laws. But many lawmakers want to loosen constraints to boost the economy which, according to budget forecasters, maybe going towards the worst recession in over 300 years.