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Union leader Keir Starmer is forced to self-isolate and work from home until mid-December


Union leader Keir Starmer is forced to self-isolate and work from home until mid-December after a member of his private office tested positive for coronavirus

  • Keir Starmer, 58, is self-isolating after a member of the private office tests positive
  • The politician has to stay at home for 14 days since the last contact with the infected person
  • The Labor leader's spokesman said he was "healthy and showing no symptoms".

Union leader Keir Starmer was forced to self-isolate and work from home until mid-December after a member of his private office tested positive for coronavirus.

According to government recommendations, the 58-year-old has had to stay home for 14 days since Tuesday the last time he had contact with the infected person.

Until December 16, he will no longer be able to isolate himself.

A spokesman for the politician said: "This afternoon, Keir Starmer was advised to self-isolate after an employee of his private office tested positive for the coronavirus.

& # 39; Keir is fine and showing no symptoms. He'll be working from home now. & # 39;

More will follow.

Union leader Keir Starmer, 58, had to self-isolate and work from home until mid-December after a member of his private office tested positive for coronavirus

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