The British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been discharged from hospital.
He had been recovering from the coronavius at St Thomas' Hospital in London.
Downing Street says he will not return to work immediately, and will instead recuperate at his country house.
Mr Johnson earlier praised the "exemplary" care he has received from doctors and nurses during his coronavirus treatment, saying: "I owe them my life."
Hailing the work of medics he said: "I can't thank them enough."
Mr Johnson spent his seventh night in hospital after being admitted last Sunday, 10 days after testing positive for COVID-19.
He was transferred to intensive care on Monday after his condition worsened.
The 55-year-old spent three nights there, before Downing Street confirmed he was in the "early phase of his recovery" and had been moved back to a normal hospital ward.
Mr Johnson's fiancee Carrie Symonds, who is pregnant, has also been ill with coronavirus symptoms in recent weeks.
However she has not been tested for the virus.
The British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab is deputising for Mr Johnson in his absence.