The government hopes that the prime minister will give a new impetus to plans to formulate a strategy for overcoming the crisis.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday plans to return to work and begin a more active fight against the coronavirus pandemic, reports The Telegraph.
The prime minister instructed his assistants to schedule meetings with the ministers of his cabinet next week.
The politician will return to work at a critical time when the country has been quarantined for more than a month. Ministers hope that Johnson will give a new impetus to plans to formulate a strategy for overcoming the crisis.
After treatment with COVID, the prime minister was discharged from a London hospital and continues to be isolated in his suburban residence.
Johnson was hospitalized after exacerbating the symptoms of COVID-19 and spent three nights in intensive care.
Johnson said earlier that he owes his life to the National Health Service.