British PM Boris Johnson undergoes ‘minor’ sinus operation – Times of India

LONDON: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday underwent a “minor” sinus operation and has returned to his Downing Street workplace-residence to recuperate, his official spokesperson stated.
Johnson went right into a hospital in London round 6 am native time on Monday for a routine process on the National Health Service (NHS) associated to his sinuses and was briefly below basic anaesthesia.
While he takes a time without work to get better, Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab might be presiding over any “important choices” required earlier than Johnson returns to work on Tuesday.
“It was a minor routine operation associated to his sinuses… He was again in Downing Street shortly after 10am (native time),” a Downing Street spokesperson stated.
The nostril operation was stated to have been “scheduled for some time” and each Raab and UK Cabinet Secretary Simon Case have been conscious of its timing.
Johnson’s sinus challenge is just not believed to be associated to his COVID-19 sickness in 2020, when he needed to spend a number of days in a London hospital’s intensive care unit.
Johnson is ready to chair a weekly Cabinet assembly on Tuesday and continues to be anticipated to journey to Kigali, Rwanda, later this week for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM).

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