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- British politician (born 1978)
The politican made the revelation as he urged others to get their boosters on Twitter on Tuesday.
Now the former Health Secretary revealed he has been self-isolating at home since he tested positive for the virus on Monday.
Yesterday afternoon I tested positive for Coronavirus. I've been isolating at home since then. Thankfully I feel fine. Much better than last time and that's thanks to the vaccine. Get your booster now if you haven't already. pic.twitter.com/xwZHuSS9Jx
— Matt Hancock (@MattHancock) January 11, 2022
Mr Hancock reassured his Twitter followers he was “much better than last time”, crediting the vaccine.
He wrote on Twitter: “Yesterday afternoon I tested positive for coronavirus. I’ve been isolating at home since then.
“Thankfully I feel fine. Much better than last time and that’s thanks to the vaccine. Get your booster now if you haven’t already.”
Some of his followers rushed to share their well wishes with the politician.
Among the comments, one wrote: “I hope you make a full recovery.”
Another added: “Ahhhhhhh get better soon.”
Mr Hancock first got Covid back in April 2020 during the peak of the first wave of the pandemic.
Earlier last year, he was forced to resign as Health Secretary shortly after CCTV images of Mr Hancock and Gina Coladangelo kissing were published by The Sun on June 25.