The victim of intoxication in Novichok, Charlie Rowley, was released from the hospital a few weeks after the deadly nerve agent killed his girlfriend.
Charlie Rowley, 45, and Dawn Sturgess were both left for life after being infected with the deadly nerve agent on June 30th.
Dawn died tragically on July 8 after her life was extinguished.
Following the release of Mr. Rowley from Salisbury District Hospital today, Public Health England reassured people that it poses no risk to the community.
Nursing Director Lorna Wilkinson said, "Charlie has had a terrible experience that most of us could never imagine.
Public Health English advice
Paul Cosford, Director of Health Protection and Medical Director of Public Health England said: "We are pleased that Mr. Rowley is well enough to leave the hospital . "
" For the avoidance of doubt, the exit of Mr. Rowley does not create any risk for anyone in the community.
"Our advice to the public remains unchanged."
"Do not pick up items such as syringes, needles, cosmetics, or similar items made of materials such as metal, plastic, or glass."
"Si you did not drop it, do not pick it up. "
" Today is a very important step in its recovery and all of us here at the Hospital from Salisbury, wish him good luck as he continues to improve.
"The progress he has made is a testament"
"I also want to reassure everyone that, despite the large number of people who sought advice as a result of these incidents, there have never been more than five in total. People who have been exposed to this nerve agent and admitted to the hospital for treatment.
"In the last four and a half months, our hospital has treated the five victims while the world was watching and yet we have never closed our doors."
"I would now like to ask the media to give us the space we need to continue to do our job – to provide exceptional care to the people of Salisbury. " Wiltshire Police Chief Kier Pritchard said," On behalf of all my officers, staff and volunteers, we welcome the news of today. that Charlie Rowley was released from the Salisbury District Hospital. We wish him the best with his continued recovery.
"I would also like to pay tribute to the staff of the Salisbury District Hospital for the exceptional care and compassion they have shown to all those who participated in this incident and to the people of the area. incident in March
"The last few months have had an unprecedented impact on all local emergency services and partner agencies and everyone's response has been outstanding.
The alleged perpetrators of the Novichok attack on Skripal were identified by the police, he appeared this week.
Skripal, 66 , and her 33-year-old daughter Yulia was found unconscious on a park bench in Salisbury on March 4.
Several Russians were allegedly involved in the attempted murder of the former Salisbury dual agent and daughter, and
A source familiar with the investigation said: "The investigators believe they identified the alleged perpetrators of the Novichok attack by CCTV and verified this information with the records of the people who entered the country at this time.
"They (the investigators) are sure that they (the suspects) are Russians."