© Reuters. Prime Minister Boris Johnson thanks the NHS in a video message on Easter Sunday at 10 Downing Street in London
LONDON (Reuters) – Prime Minister Boris Johnson continues his recovery from COVID-19 in his official country residence, his spokesman said on Tuesday, repeating that the British leader would only work again on the advice of his medical team.
"He continues to recover at Checkers," the spokesman told reporters. "The priority is for the prime minister to rest and recover. His medical team advised him not to return to work immediately."
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