The leader of the British Labor Party, Stammer, begins the second self-isolation
On December 5, local time, Starmer, the leader of the Labour Party, the largest opposition party in the UK, began a second self-quarantine. This quarantine was because a member of his office was recently diagnosed with the new crown pneumonia virus.
It is reported that Stammer has not shown any suspected symptoms. In September, Starmer had self-quarantined after a family member developed suspected symptoms.