Sajid Javid had a meeting with who? The day before the Covid test, the PM held a “long meeting” with the Health Secretary.
The coronavirus has been detected in SAJID JAVID. But who did the Health Secretary meet before his Covid test?
Sajid Javid, the UK Health Secretary, revealed today that he is self-isolating after testing positive for coronavirus this morning, only days before the UK Government lifts all restrictions on July 19. “This morning I tested positive for Covid,” he wrote in a tweet. I’m awaiting the results of my PCR, but happily, I’ve received my vaccinations and my symptoms are minor. If you haven’t already done so, please come forward for your vaccine.”
He also said that after feeling “a little drowsy” on Friday evening, he took a lateral flow test and received a positive result.
While awaiting the results of the more reliable PCR test, the Bromsgrove MP will quarantine at home with his family.
However, many people may have observed that Mr. Javid met with Prime Minister Boris Johnson yesterday.
He had also paid a visit to a care home in Streatham, south London, four days prior.
On Wednesday, Sajid Javid was in the House of Commons for a debate on care homes.
On Friday, he was photographed leaving No 10 following a lengthy discussion with Mr Johnson.
“Mr Javid left Number 10 following a protracted conversation with Boris Johnson,” Sky News’ Jon Craig stated. We were told he seemed a touch under the weather.
“Then, after meeting with Javid, Mr Johnson is alleged to have poised with a photograph of the Rugby League World Cup leaders inside and outside Number 10, no masks.”
He will be the next top government figure to catch the virus if the PCR test comes up positive.
“Is the Prime Minister going to have to isolate?” Mr Craig added. We could be on the verge of a Covid scare at the highest levels of government.”
Mr. Javid spoke to MPs in the Commons on Wednesday, telling them that now was the “right time to bring our country closer to normal life.”
“To those who ask why take this step now, I respond ‘if not now, when?’” he remarked.
“There will never be an ideal time to take this move since this infection will never be eradicated.”
He went on to say that the government’s strategy was “about balancing the Covid harms with the indisputable costs that limitations bring.”
“Cases are escalating, spurred by the.”Brinkwire Summary News,” he added.