LONDON — Boris Johnson, perhaps the world’s most famous coronavirus patient, was back at work Monday — after spending the worst of Britain’s epidemic sidelined, first in self-isolation, then struggling to breathe in the hospital, and later in recovery in the countryside.Though the government carried on without him, it has faced tough questions about why the lockdown didn’t come sooner, and why it has struggled to deploy testing and to provide protective equipment for front-line health workers.The prime minister appeared outside 10 Downing Street on Monday morning and provided a status update to the nation, deploying the lively language he is known for and has been missing from government briefings of late.“If this virus were a physical assailant, an unexpected and invisible mugger — which I can tell you from personal experience, it is — then this is the moment when we have begun together to wrestle it to the floor,” he said, standing at a lectern in a blue suit and red tie, with his yellow mop of hair as artfully askew as ever.But he urged Britons not to lose patience after six weeks of lockdown, saying this was still a “moment of maximum risk.”While many countries around the


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