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The deterioration in the state of health of Boris Johnson, "stable" Tuesday after being admitted to intensive care, causes a shock Tuesday in the United Kingdom, where the Covid-19 pandemic continues to s aggravate with more than 6,000 deaths.
The hospitalization of the bubbling 55-year-old conservative leader, diagnosed positive for the new coronavirus on March 27, affected the country, one of the hardest hit in Europe.
More than 786 deaths have been recorded there in 24 hours, including a victim of 23 years without medical history, a new record bringing the toll to 6.159 deaths, according to the last assessment published on Tuesday. Over 55,000 people have been officially infected.
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A woman who was the first person to be arrested on the railways for breaching coronavirus restrictions has been fined £660. Marie Dinou, 41, from York, was found "loitering between platforms" at Newcastle Central station at around 8am on Saturday. Officers called to the station approached Dinou and attempted to explain the reasons behind government rules behind essential travel during the pandemic. However, Dinou refused to speak to offers despite their encouragement for her to leave and she was subsequently arrested on suspicion of travel fraud and breaching the restrictions imposed under the new Coronavirus Act 2020.
After two nights in the hospital, Boris Johnson "receives standard oxygen treatment and breathes without any assistance. He did not need mechanical ventilation or help noninvasive breathing, "said his spokesman on Tuesday.
The leader remained in a "stable" state overnight and "he keeps his spirits", he added.
The only head of state or government of a great power to have been infected, Boris Johnson is replaced by his Minister for Foreign Affairs Dominic Raab, 46 years old.
The latter will have to take the lead in the fight against the epidemic while the authorities predict a peak in a few days and that a decision on an extension of the confinement, with cataclysmic social and economic social consequences, must be taken in all next days.
Prince William and Kate Middleton share a touching phone call with NHS doctors and nurses as they thank them for their work and describe it as a 'different level' as Britons flock to their doorsteps to applaud key workers
Prince William, 37, and Kate Middleton, 38, spoke to doctors and nurses at the Queen's Hospital Burton, Staffordshire, and the University Hospital Monklands in North Lanarkshire. © Provided by Daily Mail Prince William, 37, and Kate Middleton, 38, spoke to doctors and nurses at the Queen’s Hospital Burton, Staffordshire, and the University Hospital M Pictured: Duke and Duchess visit the London Ambulance Service 111 control room The royal couple heard the impact, both personally and professionally, of coronavirus on the hospital staff.
Until his hospitalization on Sunday, Boris Johnson had tried to continue to run from his apartment in Downing Street, where he was in quarantine. His condition deteriorating, he was transferred Monday evening to the intensive care unit of St Thomas Hospital, just opposite the Parliament of Westminster, in central London.
While the former mayor of London does not a priori suffer from any other pathology other than weight problems, his state of health causes great concern in the United Kingdom.
Queen Elisabeth II sent a message to her pregnant fiancee Carrie Symonds and her family, wishing Boris Johnson a "total and rapid" recovery. The 93-year-old sovereign, retired to Windsor Castle near London, is kept informed of her Prime Minister's state of health, according to Buckingham Palace.
"It's shocking, it shows that it can affect anyone," said Mark Gillis, a Londoner interviewed by AFP. "It is an awareness for those who did not take the situation seriously."
Boris Johnson in "good mood" after a "quiet night" in hospital
Hit by Covid-19, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has "good morale" Monday after spending a "quiet night" in hospital . © TOLGA AKMEN / AFP British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who has Covid-19, has "good spirits" Monday after a "quiet night" in the hospital, where he "remains under observation," said Downing Street. . "The Prime Minister spent a quiet night at St Thomas Hospital in London and his morale is good.
The government, after procrastinating, decreed a general confinement on March 23 but allows exits, to exercise in particular. The parks in London remain open, sometimes finding themselves very crowded during this spring period, raising fears of a worsening of the trend.Questions about the exit
Triumphant in the December legislative elections with the promise to implement Brexit, Boris Johnson was criticized in this unprecedented crisis for having delayed taking the measure, reluctant for a long time to adopt containment measures. He himself taunted the virus in early March, boasting of having "shaken hands with everyone", including Covid-19 patients during a hospital visit.
Now sick in turn, he has received messages of support from around the world, from the prayers of Donald Trump to the wishes of Vladimir Putin, who said he was "certain" that "the energy, optimism and sense of the "humor" of the British leader would help him recover.
Provisionally at the head of the government, Dominic Raab is committed to continuing the fight against the coronavirus. He chaired Tuesday morning the daily emergency meeting of ministers, the head of health services and the main scientific adviser.
The government must decide in the coming days whether or not to maintain the containment, originally decided for three weeks. Pressure is also mounting on the authorities to draw up a strategy for ending the crisis, although they insist that it will be necessary to wait until the peak has passed.
Eric Ciotti judges that the "old people" of the Covid-19 have been allowed to die .
© Provided by Le Point "We have allowed the old people" of the Covid-19 to die in accommodation establishments for dependent elderly people (Ehpad) , accused on Sunday the deputy LR Eric Ciotti, saying "shocked and angry". "We refused to hospitalize people who were infected in nursing homes, they were left somewhere to die in indifference, without adequate health care," he insisted in an interview with Radio J.