COVID-19 which is a minute microscopic virus and cannot be seen with our eyes has devastated the world in such a big way that is quite difficult to explain in words.
The deadly virus in addition to claiming a number of human lives and infecting many people across the world has also made the leaders of many countries impose lockdowns as a measure of protection.
With almost all the world being under lockdown, sometimes it gets feels like that some invisible force (coronavirus of course) has taken control of the world and converted into a place of gloom and despair.
Moreover, the deadly virus has also infected some of the famous world leaders which includes:
Boris Johnson : UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson who had tested positive for coronavirus on March 27 and was quarantined at his home had to be hospitalised and moved into ICU on April 6 after his condition worsened. He is now reported to be stable by the doctors.
Sophie Gregoire Trudeau: The wife of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Sophie had tested positive for the coronavirus on March 12 after she fell ill after returning from a trip to London and had remained in self-isolation at home. On March 29, she said that she recovered from the illness.
Yaakov Litzman: Israel’s health minister Yaakov Litzman and his wife had tested positive for COVID-19 on April and have been kept in isolation.
MasoumehEbtekar: Iranian Vice President for Women and Family Affairs MasoumehEbtekar tested positive for coronavirus on February 27.r
Prince Charles: Prince Charles who belongs to the British royal family, had been infected by coronavirus on March 25. He had remained in self-isolation in Scotland’s Balmoral Castle. In a video address, the prince said although he had recovered, he was still practicing social distancing.
Matt Hancock: UK health secretary Matt Hancock announced that he tested positive for coronavirus on March 27, just 2 hours later the British PM tested positive. “Following medical advice, I was advised to test for #Coronavirus. I’ve tested positive. Thankfully my symptoms are mild and I’m working from home & self-isolating,” Hancock announced on Twitter.
Begona Gomez: The wife of Spain’s Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez had tested positive for coronavirus on March 15.
Nadine Dorris: UK health minister Nadine Dorris was tested positive for coronavirus and was put under self – solation on March 10.
Michel Bernier: The European Union’s chief negotiator for Brexit, Michel Barnier, tested positive for COVID-19 on March 19. “I would like to inform you that I have tested positive for COVID-19. I am doing well and in good spirits. I am following all the necessary instructions, as is my team,” he said on Twitter.
IrajHarirchi: Iran’s deputy health minister Iraj Harirchi tested positive for coronavirus and is now under quarantine, the semi-official news agency ILNA reported on February 25.
Franck Reister: France’s culture minister Franck Reister tested positive for COVID-19 on March 9.
Peter Dutton: Australian home affairs minister Peter Dutton said he had tested positive on March 13.