Rachel Maguire
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  • On Sunday, British parliament member Lee Anderson posted a statement that both he and his wife tested positive for COVID on Sunday.
  • Johnson does not have any symptoms and is self-isolating, according to a statement reported by the BBC.
  • Johnson spent three days in intensive care after contracting the virus in March.

UK (SK) — The minister, Boris Johnson, has become immune to the disease after a member of parliament announced last week he tested positive for the coronavirus. On Sunday, British parliament member Lee Anderson posted a statement that both he and his wife tested positive for COVID on Sunday. Anderson and Johnson were at a meeting on Thursday, The Guardian reported. A Number 10 spokesperson said Johnson “does not have any symptoms” and is self-isolating, according to a statement reported by the BBC.

Anderson posted a photo on Facebook on Thursday. Johnson stood side by side, both unmasked. Anderson said in the Facebook post he had breakfast with Johnson at Number 10. Anderson was tested Saturday and received results on Sunday, he said.

Johnson tested positive for the coronavirus in March. He spent three days in intensive care after contracting the virus. After becoming very ill, he was put on oxygen. At the end of October, Johnson announced a national shutdown in the wake of rising cases of coronavirus.

Some ministers say the plan will be in place until 2021. The UK has over 1.3 million confirmed cases of coronavirus, according to Johns Hopkins University.

Boris Johnson announced new lockdown for England and warned of several thousand deaths a day. Boris Johnson's scientific advisers want “urgent and drastic action” to stop coronavirus deaths. London will go back into coronavirus lockdown from midnight Friday.

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