He did find some support
The only positive photo opportunity that seems to have been successful in what must have cost the British Taxpayer a fortune was a picture of him with two crabs
Luckily Prime Minister catches Crabs was not the headline , though given Mr Johnson's history
i bet it was tempting tough.
As the Guardian put it
Describing the furlough scheme as a “fantastic demonstration of the way we work together as one country”, Johnson denied using the crisis to shore up diminishing support for the union, as polling shows a sustained majority in favour of Scottish independence for the first time.
Johnson did not respond to questions about reported cabinet panic at growing support for independence, after it emerged on Wednesday that he had ordered senior ministers to visit Scotland more regularly and make their government more visible in the Scottish media. Resurrecting instead the lead slogan from the 2014 referendum’s pro-union campaign, he said: “I think the country is far better together and that’s what I believe in.”
Why 'stronger than ever' union is wishful thinking from Boris Johnson
The relationship between the Westminster government and devolved administrations has become increasingly strained over the pandemic, as an initially unprecedented “four-nations” approach fell away, with groups charged with coordinating the inter-governmental response simply ceasing to meet by early May.
Expect the Tax Payer to pay for more visits even though they seem to end up with the exact to reverse result the Unionists hope for.