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Michael Gove self-isolating after family member displays 'mild symptoms' of Covid-19

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Michael Gove self-isolating after family member displays 'mild symptoms' of Covid-19

Michael Gove self-isolating after family member displays 'mild symptoms' of Covid-19

Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove has gone into self-isolation after a member of his family displayed 'mild' symptoms of coronavirus, he has said.

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