British Prime Minister Boris Johnson tests positive for coronavirus
The United Kingdom says Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tested positive for the Coronavirus.
Johnson said in a video on Twitter that over the past 24 hours he developed mild symptoms and tested positive for Coronavirus.
He is self-isolating but will continue to lead the government's virus response via video-conference.
On Wednesday, Prince Charles, first in line to the British throne, announced that he tested positive for the coronavirus.
He's self-isolating in Scotland with his wife, who tested negative.
While they do not have it, Queen Elizabeth and her husband, Prince Philip, are self-isolation at Windsor Castle.
Queen Elizabeth is 93-years-old and Prince Philip is 98-years-old.