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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in an interview with The Sun that the government had a contingency plan in place for his death. Johnson developed severely ill with COVID-1 9 and spent several darkness in intensive care receiving “litres and litres of oxygen for a very long time, ” he said. Johnson said the government had “a strategy to deal with a ‘death of Stalin’-type scenario.” Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more narratives.

The British government had a contingency plan for Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s demise as his situation deteriorated while he battled COVID-1 9 last-place month in intensive care, Johnson said in an interview with The Sun newspaper wrote Saturday night.

Johnson returned to work on Monday, a few months after testing positive for COVID-1 9. Johnson, 55, spend 10 periods in isolation in Downing Street from late March, but was then was taken to London’s St Thomas’ Hospital where he received oxygen care and spent three nighttimes in intensive care.See the rest of the narrative at Business Insider

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