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World Boris Johnson receiving oxygen in intensive care

00:41  08 april  2020
00:41  08 april  2020 Source:   9news.com.au

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson admitted to intensive care unit after coronavirus symptoms worsen

  UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson admitted to intensive care unit after coronavirus symptoms worsen British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is moved to the intensive care unit of a London hospital after his coronavirus symptoms worsen.Mr Johnson's office says he is conscious and does not require ventilation at the moment.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been moved to intensive care in hospital after his coronavirus BBC political correspondent Chris Mason said the prime minister was given oxygen late on Monday It continued: "The PM is receiving excellent care , and thanks all NHS staff for their hard work and

Boris Johnson spent the night in intensive care receiving oxygen treatment after his coronavirus symptoms worsened. Police officers outside St Thomas' Hospital in central London as Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care after his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is in stable condition in a hospital intensive care unit with the coronavirus, and while he is not on a ventilator, he is receiving oxygen, his spokesman says.

Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has taken over many of Johnson's duties temporarily while he is being treated at St Thomas' Hospital. Britain has no official post of deputy prime minister.

The 55-year-old Johnson is the first major world leader to be confirmed to have COVID-19. He was admitted to the hospital late Sunday with a fever and cough that persisted 10 days after he was diagnosed with the virus, and on Monday evening he was moved to the ICU after his condition worsened.

Coronavirus: hospitalized in London, Boris Johnson continues to lead the country

 Coronavirus: hospitalized in London, Boris Johnson continues to lead the country © REUTERS / Simon Dawson Exterior view of the St Thomas' Hospital where Prime Minister Boris Johnson was admitted on Sunday evening for examinations. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson spent the night in the hospital where he was admitted for tests ten days after getting the coronavirus. Downing Street says it is a precautionary measure while the leader continues to have high fever, among other things. His services ensure that Boris Johnson remains in government.

Boris Johnson is ‘stable’ in hospital with coronavirus symptoms after spending the night in intensive care . The UK prime minister had been in St The Prime Minister’s official spokesman said he had been receiving “standard oxygen treatment” but had not required any other assistance in breathing.

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Boris Johnson wearing a suit and tie: UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been moved to intensive care after his condition worsened. © AP/AAP UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been moved to intensive care after his condition worsened.

"The prime minister has been stable overnight and remains in good spirits. He is receiving standard oxygen treatment and is breathing without any other assistance," said Johnson's spokesman, James Slack.

He said Johnson was not receiving mechanical ventilation or "noninvasive respiratory support." He would not give details of what form of oxygen treatment the prime minister was getting.

Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove said Johnson was "receiving the very, very best care from the team at St Thomas' and our hopes and prayers are with him and with his family."

"It was a shock yesterday to hear the news of his going into intensive care," said Gove, who is in isolation at home after a family member showed mild coronavirus symptoms.

Coronavirus: Boris Johnson admitted to hospital for additional tests

 Coronavirus: Boris Johnson admitted to hospital for additional tests © Supplied by Le Point Boris Johnson, coronavirus The United Kingdom in uncertainty. As the number of coronavirus-related deaths continues to rise, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, tested positive ten days ago, was hospitalized on Sunday for further tests, his services said. "On the advice of his doctor, the Prime Minister was admitted to the hospital for examinations this evening," Downing Street said in a statement, adding that it was a "precautionary measure".

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was stable in intensive care on Tuesday after receiving oxygen support to help him battle COVID-19, while his But his condition rapidly deteriorated over the next 24 hours, and he was moved on Monday to an intensive care unit, where the most serious cases are

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was stable in intensive care on Tuesday after receiving oxygen support to help him battle COVID-19, while his But his condition rapidly deteriorated over the next 24 hours, and he was moved on Monday to an intensive care unit, where the most serious cases are

"All of us just want him to pull through — he is the leader of our country. He is a big-hearted, generous-spirited guy. who believes in public service. We are rooting for him."

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Johnson's fiancee, Carrie Symonds, who is pregnant, is herself recovering from coronavirus symptoms.

Raab said "the government's business will continue" despite the prime minister's hospitalisation.

He said Johnson had asked him "to deputise for him where needed in driving forward the government's plans to defeat coronavirus."

The deterioration of Johnson's health took many in Britain by surprise. On Monday afternoon, he tweeted that he was in good spirits and thanked the National Health Service for taking care of him and others with the disease.

The government faced calls Tuesday to be more transparent about Johnson's condition amid concerns it had underplayed how serious it was.

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 Coronavirus: Boris Johnson in intensive care, Emmanuel Macron supports it Less than two weeks after being tested positive for coronavirus, the English Prime Minister, Boris Johnson was transferred to intensive care. While his pregnant partner, Carrie Symonds, expresses his concerns, the President of the French Republic, Emmanuel Macron has just emerged from silence. The head of state was keen to support the English politician and his family. No Stop People tells you more.

LONDON, April 7 (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was in intensive care on Tuesday after receiving oxygen support for serious COVID-19 complications, leaving his foreign minister to lead the government's response to the accelerating outbreak. Johnson 's personal battle with the virus has

Boris Johnson has received oxygen but is "stable" and has not been diagnosed with pneumonia or put on a ventilator, Downing Street has said, in The prime minister's spokesperson spokesman said the decision to move Mr Johnson to intensive care was a "precautionary step" in case he needed to

Dominic Raab wearing a suit and tie: Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab will take over as head of the government. © AP/AAP Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab will take over as head of the government. a man wearing a hat: A police officer stands outside St Thomas' Hospital in central London as British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care after his coronavirus symptoms worsened. © Victoria Jones/PA via AP A police officer stands outside St Thomas' Hospital in central London as British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care after his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

It's not common for details about the health of British prime ministers to be made public, except at times of crisis. Even then, information has sometimes been scanty. When Winston Churchill suffered a debilitating stroke in 1953, the government kept it secret until Churchill recovered.

Buckingham Palace said Queen Elizabeth II was being kept informed about Johnson's condition.

The monarch and other members of the royal family have sent messages of support.

Concerns had been growing about Johnson's welfare ever since he posted a message Friday in which he appeared red-eyed and flushed, saying he was feeling better though was still feverish.

Johnson's former communications director, Will Walden, said the prime minister tended to try to soldier on through illness rather than taking a break.

When Boris Johnson taunted the

 When Boris Johnson taunted the virus © Copyright 2020, L'Obs Boris Johnson's condition is "stable" this Tuesday, April 7, the day after his admission to intensive care in London. The British Prime Minister was diagnosed with Covid-19 on March 27, when he said he had "mild symptoms" and continued to work "by the magic of technology".

Boris Johnson has received oxygen but is not on a ventilator, Michael Gove said, as he insisted the cabinet – not Dominic Raab alone – would make key decisions in his absence, Rob Merrick reports. Boris Johnson has been moved to intensive care after his coronavirus symptoms worsened, just

Boris Johnson "has received standard oxygen treatment and is breathing without any other assistance," his spokesman said. His spokesman said on Tuesday that Johnson was receiving oxygen treatment but did not yet require mechanical assistance with his breathing through a ventilator.

"He's pretty stoic and can be a bit bloody-minded about that kind of thing," Walden told the BBC.

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Boris Johnson standing in front of a computer screen: Boris Johnson had been running the country from self-isolation via video meetings. © AP Boris Johnson had been running the country from self-isolation via video meetings.

World leaders send messages of support

News that Mr Johnson had been transferred to intensive care drew an outpouring of support from around the world.

US President Donald Trump said "Americans are all praying for his recovery."

"He's been a really good friend," Mr Trump said during a White House press briefing.

"He's been really something very special — strong, resolute, doesn't quit, doesn't give up."

Mr Trump said he asked two "leading companies" to contact officials in London about therapeutics that could be of help.

He did not identify the companies, but said "we have contacted all of Boris's doctors, and we'll see what's going to take place, but they are ready to go."

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French President Emmanuel Macron said in a tweet that he was sending his support to Mr Johnson, his family and "the British people at this difficult time. I wish him well."

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison also sent his well-wishes.

Boris Johnson starts his new day in intensive care "stable"

 Boris Johnson starts his new day in intensive care © Provided by Le Point British Prime Minister Boris Johnson starts in a "stable" state a new day in intensive care, where he fights against the new coronavirus which killed nearly 6,200 people in UK . "The Prime Minister is in stable condition" and "he is in good spirits" after two nights in intensive care, Secretary of State for Health Edward Argar said on Sky News on Wednesday. "He previously received oxygen but is not on a respirator," he added.

"To Boris, we're with you mate and we hope you get well soon," Mr Morrison said during a media briefing today.

a group of people walking down the street: Police stand guard outside St Thomas' Hospital. © Justin Setterfield/Getty Images Police stand guard outside St Thomas' Hospital.

Buckingham Palace said the queen was being kept informed about Mr Johnson's condition.

The virus causes mild to moderate symptoms in most people, but for some, especially older adults and the infirm, it can cause pneumonia and lead to death.

The government said today that 51,608 people had been confirmed to have the coronavirus in Britain, 5373 of whom have died.

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Coronavirus: Boris Johnson thanks the caregivers .
Still hospitalized, Boris Johnson made his first official statement since he was hospitalized in intensive care. No Stop People tells you more. © Non Stop People Coronavirus: Boris Johnson thanks the caregivers Leaving intensive care where he had been transferred Monday to the London hospital of St Thomas, Boris Johnson is doing better. Still hospitalized, the British Prime Minister made his first official statement to thank the nursing staff.

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