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Hospital: this trip may come as a relief for Johnson as he usually ends up defending himself against irate members of the public. He’ll probably leave by the back door, as usual.

Some of us may have lost a bet on this.

When the government first announced that Boris Johnson had self-isolated with coronavirus symptoms, there was a movement that suggested he was faking it to avoid scrutiny.

Others said it served him right for ignoring the rules that he himself had imparted to the rest of us on social distancing – and when other cabinet members started showing symptoms, we thought that was their just desserts too.

Now it seems that his symptoms are “persistent” and he has been sent to hospital for “tests”.

He can expect to have a chest X-ray and his lungs scanned – particularly if he has been struggling for breath.

His fiancee, Carrie Symonds, has been self-isolating in Camberwell, away from Johnson – but announced on Saturday (April 4) that she had spent seven days in bed with coronavirus symptoms.

What’s the likelihood that she got it from him, while he was flouting his own rules left, right and centre?

Source: Coronavirus: PM admitted to hospital over virus symptoms – BBC News

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