The UK leader announced that the government's plan for moving forward during the pandemic will be presented to Parliament on Sunday, in the hope that some new measures to ease the country's lockdown will be adopted the following day.
He did not explicitly mention any particular measures, but his comments hint at a relaxation of the country's lockdown.
"We want, if we possibly can, to get going with some of these measures on Monday," he said, ensuring MPs that the House would be fully informed and have the opportunity to debate the plan.
The comment came during the leader's first Prime Minister's Questions session since he was released from hospital, where he was treated for coronavirus in an intensive care unit.
He faced his new opponent, Labour leader Keir Starmer, in person, as well as several MPs asking questions over video conference, some of whom framed the the country's confirmed death toll as a symbol of the government's failed response.
The UK now has the second-highest death toll in the world and the highest in Europe.