Johnson tests negative for COVID-19

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson tested negative for coronavirus.

He intends to remain on self-isolation until November 26.

Johnson passed the test on November 16 after contact with a COVID-19 infected member of the Conservative Party, Lee Anderson.

The British prime minister suffered from COVID-19 in April.

An outbreak of coronavirus infection began in late 2019 in China. On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization declared the spread of the coronavirus a pandemic. According to the American Johns Hopkins University, as of November 17, more than 55.2 million cases of coronavirus infection were recorded in the world, of which 1.39 million were in the UK. In the country, 52.2 thousand people died from the coronavirus.