3148083 Alok Sharma: minister tested for the virus after being taken ill
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The Business Secretary Alok Sharma is self-isolation At Home after he fell ill in Parliament.
Mr Sharma looked uncomfortable when participating in a debate is mentioned, wiping his forehead several times with his handkerchief, while you are talking.
A spokesman said the MP for reading West tested had been, for Corona-Virus had found and returned home.
Mr Sharma was one of a handful of Ministers, at the Tuesday meeting of the Cabinet in Downing Street In Person .
The Business Secretary was in The Commons chamber for almost an hour earlier, what the government, the corporate, insolvency and Governance. Deep cleaning
A spokesman said: "Alok Sharma began uncomfortable, if in The Chamber of the delivery of The Second reading of the corporate insolvency and Governance bill.
"In accordance with the guidelines, it was tested for coronavirus, and the return to the home to isolate herself. "
During The Debate , Mr Sharma opposite, the shadow business secretary Ed Miliband, handed him a glass of water at one point.
Mr Miliband sent his Best Wishes to Mr Sharma for a quick recovery.
The House of Commons authorities said that "additional cleaning" had taken place, after The Debate .
Mr Sharma was one of the hundreds of deputies, the process in the queue to The Building on Tuesday, a part in new, socially-distant voting, as The Commons returned to physical process. to sit
While The Number of MPs allowed in The Chamber is still limited, many members are unhappy to be forced back to Westminster, saying it poses a risk to you and your member groups.
Shadow Foreign Secretary , Lisa Nandy , said The Events of The Past 48 Hours have shown that the effective social distance was in the Parliament, "impossible".
She Said to stop the decision of the government, the largely virtual process were to speak in force since mid-April in the MPs in the location of, and to vote from a distance, "reckless".
And her colleague, Karl Turner said that he had asked the health and Safety Executive to conduct an urgent risk assessment of the working conditions in the Parliament.
He told deputies that he was a "huddle together", the escalators on the Parliamentary Estate , while lining up to vote were among A Number of "unsafe practices".
The HSE has The Power , the enforcement against any employer who believes it is his convincing employees under unsafe conditions or to ignore the guidelines of the government at the beginning of this month.
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