Deputy Chief Medical Officer for England reveals "unpleasant" coronavirus experience
Dr Jenny Harries has said it affected her for around 10 days
England's deputy chief medical officer has revealed she believes she has had coronavirus.
Jenny Harries said she "found it a very unpleasant experience" and "wasn't well at all", leading her to take 10 days off of work.
She follows Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Health Secretary Matt Hancock, chief medical officer Professor Chris Whitty and Mr Johnson's chief political adviser Dominic Cummings, who have all been confirmed to have had coronavirus or have self-isolated after displaying symptoms.Published: by Radio NewsHub