World Coronavirus: Boris Johnson thanks the caregivers
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.
Still hospitalized, Boris Johnson made his first official statement since he was hospitalized in intensive care. No Stop People tells you more.
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. "I can never thank them enough," he said to the hospital staff., Boris Johnson continued in a message communicated by his services. Still in the early stages of his recovery, he "got up for the first time on Friday and took short walks," said Downing Street.
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.
His state of health worried his relatives
If Boris Johnsonas his spokesperson pointed out, his state of health caused great concern among his relatives. Health so fragile that he could have been hospitalized earlier, reports the . "It was clear that he was in terrible shape all week," said a relative. When he was hospitalized when his condition deteriorated, Boris Johnson was put directly on oxygen. But to inform the public, the Prime Minister's Office explained his hospitalization as a "precautionary measure". Quickly, his condition worsened again when he was admitted to intensive care. His collaborations lived in fear while waiting for the news. "Every day we waited for news from the hospital, hoping to have good news," a senior official told the British daily.
Coronavirus: Lessons must be learned from the epidemic, says London, referring to China .
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS-GB-CHINA: Coronavirus: Lessons must be learned from the epidemic, said London by reference to China © Reuters / ANDREW PARSONS / 10 DOWNING ST CORONAVIRUS: LESSONS TO BE LEARNED FROM THE EPIDEMIC, SAID LONDON BRIEFING ON CHINA LONDON (Reuters) - Several G7 member states, including Britain, have stressed the need to fire Lessons from the coronavirus epidemic, Prime Minister Boris Johnson's spokesman said Friday.