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The government’s downplaying of the British prime minister’s Covid-19 symptoms follows a long-established pattern: Boris Johnson didn’t believe in illness – he scoffed at those who took time off work, saying that being sick was for the weak. At his first Covid-19 press briefing before he contracted the virus, he declared he would not stop shaking hands with people.