Boris Johnson is back at Number 10 to resume work fully after his Coronavirus battle.
The UK Prime Minister was whisked through the rear entrance of Downing Street in a dark Volkswagen minibus at around 6.30 on Sunday evening.
After making full recovery from Coronavirus battle at the Chequers with his pregnant fiancée Carrie Symonds by his side, Mr. Johnson reportedly told colleagues he is ‘raring to go’.
His appearance comes after Downing Street confirmed that the PM will chair Monday morning’s daily 9.15 COVID-19 meeting of Whitehall’s top officials.
His return to work relieves Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab of command after almost three weeks deputising for Boris Johnson, while he was battling Coronavirus.
Mr. Johnson, 55, was discharged from St Thomas’ Hospital in London two weeks after he tested positive for Coronavirus. While at the hospital, he was moved to intensive care where he spent two days before he was moved back to the normal ward.