Coronavirus Mega-Thread. in Covid-19 & NWO Posted May 23, 2020 12 hours ago, Alnitak said: It gets better by the day.... https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8349129/Dominic-Cummings-investigated-police-breaking-coronavirus-lockdown-rules.html in short Cummings broke lock down rules in March I thought one of the rules is you have to live at one address and cannot go to a second home. Is that the rule and is this the same thing, I honestly don't know? But then again can Boris really do anything about Mr Cummings when?.... https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-52153594 Quote Boris Johnson will carry on self-isolating after continuing to display mild symptoms of the coronavirus including having a temperature. The prime minister tested positive for the virus last Friday and had been due to come out of self-isolation today. Mr Johnson continues to work from home and chaired a coronavirus meeting on Friday morning. He was seen on Thursday applauding the NHS and other key workers from his flat in Downing Street. Speaking in a video posted on Twitter, Mr Johnson said: "Although I am feeling better and I've done my seven days of isolation alas I still have one of the minor symptoms. "I still have a temperature. So in accordance with government advice I must continue my self isolation until that symptom itself goes. "But we're working clearly the whole time on our programme to beat the virus." then.... https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-52431913 Quote Boris Johnson's return to work on Monday after more than three weeks out of action will be a "boost for the country", his deputy has said. The PM has arrived in Downing Street to resume full-time duties after a fortnight recovering from coronavirus. He will chair the morning meeting of the government's coronavirus "war cabinet" on Monday. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab, who has been standing in for him during his absence, said he was "raring to go". The PM spent a week in hospital, including three nights in intensive care, after being admitted on 5 April. During his hospitalisation, he received regular oxygen treatment to help his breathing. After he was discharged on 12 April, Mr Johnson suggested his condition "could have gone either way" and praised the staff at St Thomas' Hospital in central London who looked after him. He has not been doing any official government work during his convalescence at Chequers, on medical advice. Is isolating at one address and convalescing at another in the rules? Is he still flitting between Dowing Street and Chequers at the weekends? Is that allowed? It's all so confusing.