Keir Starmer is forced to self-isolate and work from home

Keir Starmer is forced to self-isolate and work from home

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

  • Keir Starmer, 58, is self-isolating after member of private office tested positive
  • Politician must stay at home for 14 days since last contact with infected person
  • Spokesman for the Labour leader said he is ‘well and not showing any symptoms’

Labour leader Keir Starmer has been forced to self-isolate and work from home until mid-December after a member of his private office tested positive for coronavirus, the party has said.  

In line with government advice, the 58-year-old must stay at home for 14 days since Tuesday – when he was last in contact with the infected person. 

He will be out of self-isolating by December 16. 

A spokesperson for the politician said: ‘This afternoon Keir Starmer was advised to self isolate after a member of his private office staff tested positive for the coronavirus. 

‘Keir is well and not showing any symptoms. He will now be working from home.’

More to follow. 

Labour leader Keir Starmer, 58, has been forced 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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