- Bhasha Mukherjee, has returned to the UK to continue with her profession as a doctor and help in the fight against the global pandemic
- She took a career break as a junior doctor after competing in the Miss World pageant in December 2019
- The talented model specializes in respiratory medicine
- The 24-year-old will return to work as a junior doctor after up to 14 days in self-isolation
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Beauty queen crowned Miss England 2019, Bhasha Mukherjee, has returned to the UK to continue with her profession as a doctor amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
According to CNN reports, Mukherjee has been on her world charity tour where she had set to focus on her humanitarian work up to August 2020.
The beauty took a career break as a junior doctor after competing in the Miss World pageant in December 2019.
The beauty queen will return to work as a junior doctor after up to 14 days in self-isolation.
It is said that the 24-year-old was getting messages from former colleagues at her old hospital, the Pilgrim Hospital in Boston, saying how hard the situation was for them.
To honour their cries, she contacted the hospital's management to express her willingness to return to work.
Speaking during the interview with CNN, Mukherjee disclosed it felt wrong to be wearing her Miss England crown when people all over the world are dying of COVID-19.
The lass revealed she just wanted to get back home and return back to work saying she felt a sense of the degree she studied for indicating that the current situation is the best time to use it.
The talented model specializes in respiratory medicine and is ready to help England at this time of need.
In other news, United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been moved to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) after his coronavirus symptoms worsened.
The 55-year-old prime minister was taken to St Thomas Hospital in London on Sunday, April 5, night for routine tests after struggling to shake off COVID-19, but his condition worsened on Monday afternoon.
By early Monday, there were reports that the premier was unconscious and had been put under oxygen supply to help his breathing, as reported by BBC.
However, on Monday afternoon his condition had worsened forcing him to be moved to the ICU where he is on life support machines.
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