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Boris Johnson officially back at the controls on Monday

Boris Johnson is planning to return to No 10 as early as Monday to take back control of the coronavirus crisis amid Cabinet concerns the lockdown has gone too far.
The Prime Minister has told aides to schedule catch-up meetings with individual Cabinet ministers next week to get fully up to speed.
He will return at a critical time, with the country more than a month into lockdown, and ministers are relying on him to inject fresh impetus into plans for an exit strategy.
Senior Cabinet ministers are concerned that a prolonged shutdown will lead to tens of thousands of companies collapsing and inflict irreparable damage to the economy.

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Boris Johnson is planning to return to No 10 as early as Monday to take back control of the coronavirus crisis amid Cabinet concerns the lockdown has gone too far.

 

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Government announces new study 20,000 UK resident to provide swabs

The government announces a new study to track COVID-19 in the population in a bid to understand the current rate of infection
Tens of thousands of households in England are being asked to take part in a new study to track the spread of COVID-19.
The research is aimed at understanding the current rate of infection and how many people have developed antibodies to the coronavirus.
The first part of the study will involve around 20,000 households in England, chosen to be representative of the UK population in age and geography. People will provide nose and throat swabs and answer questions during a home visit by a healthcare worker.
The tests will show whether the person has the virus and they will be asked to take further tests each week for five weeks and then every month for a year.
There are plans to involve around 300,000 people in the study over the next 12 months.
Meanwhile, adults from around 1,000 households will also give a blood sample to help determine how many people have developed antibodies to COVID-19. They will be asked to give samples each month for a year.

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Tens of thousands of households in England are being asked to take part in a new study to track the spread of COVID-19. 

 

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Boris Johnson “absolutely needed” to be in ICU

The Prime Minister “absolutely needed” to be in intensive care, the nurse who helped saved him has said. 
Jenny McGee from Invercargill, New Zealand was thanked by name by Mr Johnson in a social media video he posted after he left hospital earlier this month.
In her first interview since looking after the Prime Minister for two nights, Ms McGee has said Mr Johnson did not receive preferential treatment. 
She told TVNZ: “Absolutely not. We take it very seriously who comes into intensive care, these patients who come into us. It’s a very scary thing for them so we don’t take it lightly and he absolutely needed to be there.” 

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Ms McGee has said Mr Johnson did not receive preferential treatment. 

 

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