English Prime Minister Boris Johnson was taken to the emergency clinic on Sunday for tests, his office stated, 10 days after he tried positive for coronavirus.
Johnson, 55, reported he had mellow side effects of COVID-19 on March 27 and had been in self-disconnection at his Downing Street living arrangement for seven days.
He had been booked to reappear on Friday following seven days of recuperation and working remotely, yet said he would stay at home since he despite everything had a high temperature - one of the side effects.
Bringing down Street said in an announcement on Sunday: "On the exhortation of his primary care physician, the Prime Minister has today around evening time been admitted to the emergency clinic for tests.
"This is a preparatory advance, as the Prime Minister keeps on having relentless manifestations of coronavirus 10 days in the wake of testing positive for the infection."
It is comprehended Johnson's admission to the medical clinic was not a crisis and was viewed as reasonable due to his progressing side effects.
Johnson is the most prominent world pioneer to get the infection. His pregnant accomplice, Carrie Symonds, said she has been sick with indications for seven days yet was currently recuperating.
Wellbeing Secretary Matt Hancock came back to chip away at Friday following seven days at home after his positive test for COVID-19. The main clinical official, Chris Whitty, has additionally shown indications.
Johnson's nearby consultant Dominic Cummings has likewise needed to self-disconnect.
Bringing down Street said at the hour of Johnson's declaration that Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab would assume responsibility if the PM was weakened.
Be that as it may, Johnson is comprehended to be still responsible for the administration, and in contact with pastors and authorities.
The previous London city hall leader was seen on Thursday night, participating in a week after week round of commendation in energy about human services laborers handling the episode.
In his video message on Friday, he stated: "In my case, even though I'm feeling much improved and I have done my seven days of disengagement, tsk-tsk, I despite everything have one of the minor side effects... a temperature.
"Along these lines, as per government exhortation, I should proceed with my self-segregation until that side effect itself goes."
Gotten some information about the PM's wellbeing on Sunday, Hancock disclosed to Sky News TV: "He's OK. I've been conversing with him consistently, a few times each day for the duration of the time both were off.
"He's especially got his hand on the tiller."
He said of his understanding: "A few people get it (COVID-19) pretty gently, others extremely, truly. The PM isn't at that finish of the range.
"In managing him and working with him consistently, he's in acceptable spirits.
"But at the same time, he's in effect completely cautious and mindful to follow general wellbeing guidance both for the immediate effect and for instance to the country."