JONATHAN Van-Tam has become one of the rare stars of a panel of experts and advisors informing the UK’s response to Covid-19.
Mr Van-Tam – known as JVT – was appointed to the role of Deputy Chief Medical Officer for England in October 2017 and is known for his colorful metaphors at virus press conferences Government coronavirus.
Who is Jonathan Van Tam’s wife, Karen?
Jonathan Van-Tam’s wife, Karen, is a former nurse.
Not much is known about her age or background.
Van-Tam, known for his colorful metaphors and simple English, has become one of the most trusted voices participating in Downing Street coronavirus press conferences.
Based on independence, he cited Karen as a phonogram for his speeches, in which he seemed to turn “medicine into stories”.
He told the paper that he tries out his metaphors about his wife before sharing them with a TV audience.
Do Jonathan Van Tam and Karen have children?
It’s correct. JVT and his wife, Karen, have three children.
The Deputy Health Director said he lives at home with his two sons, while his daughter has run away from home.
Not much other information is known about his children or family life.
But in one Interview with Lincolnshire Pride he told how he loved raising his children in the county.
He told the local publication: “I love living in Lincolnshire, it’s been a great place to raise my two boys.
“My daughter has now left home and as the type who likes to live her life quietly, I’m looking forward to a little bit of normalcy.
“I think it’s a sentiment that everyone can relate to.”
Where does Jonathan Van-Tam live?
JVT was born in Boston, Lincolnshire, where he still lives to this day, in a small village outside of town.
Van-Tam still lives in the county, commuting to London and to Nottingham, where he still holds an academic post.
His teaching commitments are now reduced to one day a week – publishing 8-9 research papers per year and supervising graduate students.
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