According to the written statement of Dominic Cummings, who was the prime minister’s principal adviser, to the public inquiry into the management of the pandemic
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His former adviser, Boris Johnson, said that during his tenure, he asked two prominent scientists responsible for advising the government on the possibility of using a special hairdryer located near the nose to fight Covid-19.
Dominic Cummings, who was Boris Johnson’s chief adviser, said in a written statement issued on Wednesday, regarding the public inquiry into the management of the epidemic, that Johnson circulated in March 2020 “a video of a man using a special nose hair dryer to disinfect the nose.” Kill Covid and asked the government’s scientific adviser, Patrick Vallance, and chief medical officer, Chris Whitty.“What did they think?”
He added that the video is no longer available, because it was removed from the YouTube platform.
In addition, Boris described Johnson as a “very distracted” person and listed his financial problems as a result of the finalization of his divorce.
He added, “His current partner wanted to announce their engagement,” and the former president said, “He wants to work on his book about Shakespeare, which has not yet seen the light.”
The publication of this testimony on Wednesday comes after a busy day for former Prime Minister V Public inquiry into epidemic management.
Boris Johnson’s former advisers said on Tuesday they had seen him Overwhelmed by events and little concern for the victimsIn a country severely affected by the epidemic, where more than 230,000 people have died.
On Wednesday, senior government employee Helen McNamara described the messages she received from the former Prime Minister as “violent and misogynistic,” and Dominic Cummings also denounced the matter. The “toxic” atmosphere that prevailed during his term.
Dominic Cummings himself was immersed in a media storm due to his travel in complete isolation, but Boris Johnson supported him and kept him in his position despite the controversy.
Boris Johnson was forced to resign in July 2022, due to a series of scandals, most of which were due to parties in Downing Street, which violated health regulations against Covid.
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