World DIRECT. In London, Boris Johnson placed in intensive care

10:21  07 april  2020
10:21  07 april  2020 Source:   latribune.fr

UK PM Johnson staying in coronavirus isolation with mild symptoms

  UK PM Johnson staying in coronavirus isolation with mild symptoms British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he was remaining in isolation on Friday as he still had mild symptoms of the coronavirus including a high temperature seven days after he tested positive for the virus. © Reuters/PIPPA FOWLES/10 DOWNING ST Britain's PM Johnson applauds in support of NHS outside 11 Downing, London "Although I'm feeling better and I've done my seven days of isolation, alas I still have one of the symptoms, a minor symptom, I still have a temperature so in accordance with government advice I must continue my self isolation until that symptom itself goes," Johnson said in a video message.

  DIRECT. A Londres, Boris Johnson placé en soins intensifs © Provided by La Tribune 8:40 am - Airbnb raises $ 1 billion in debt and actions to absorb losses

Airbnb, hit head-on by the prolonged confinement of half of humanity announced on Monday that it has raised $ 1 billion. The housing reservation platform said it had obtained these debt and equity funds from Silver Lake and Sixth Street Partners.

"These new resources will support Airbnb's work to invest for the long term in its host community," said the San Francisco company, which had planned to go public in 2020 at an estimated value of up to $ 35 billion.

In its press release, the platform does not give details on the financial impact of the crisis, but defends its history and its potential.

Trump ‘saddened’ over Boris Johnson’s coronavirus condition, offers 'help' of 'brilliant' companies

  Trump ‘saddened’ over Boris Johnson’s coronavirus condition, offers 'help' of 'brilliant' companies President Trump expressed his best wishes as he announced at the White House coronavirus briefing on Monday that he has enlisted the "help" of "brilliant" companies to assist British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who was moved to the intensive-care unit of St. Thomas' Hospital in London hours earlier as he fights COVID-19. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); “We are very saddened to hear that he was taken into intensive care this afternoon. Americans are all praying for his recovery.

8:30 am - More than 166 million masks for Americans "in the next few months"

Donald Trump announced that he has concluded an agreement with the industrialist 3M which will allow the United States to receive millions of surgical masks in the coming months for avoid spreading the virus.

"I can announce today that we have reached a very friendly agreement with 3M to deliver 55.5 million additional high-quality masks each month," said Donald Trump at the cell's daily press conference. White House Crisis on New Coronavirus.

"We will therefore receive 166.5 million masks over the next few months for our healthcare personnel, who are on the front line," he said.

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Coronavirus: Boris Johnson is in a stable state

 Coronavirus: Boris Johnson is in a stable state © - 10 Downing Street / AFP / Archives Image broadcast by 10 Downing Street of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, April 3, 2020 in London The day after his admission to treatment Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, in intensive care at St Thomas Hospital in London on Tuesday was in stable condition and receiving "standard oxygen treatment".

7:30 am - First meeting of the government without Boris Johnson, placed in intensive care

The admission of Prime Minister Boris Johnson in intensive care arouses strong concern in the UK and beyond. On Monday, "during the afternoon, the Prime Minister's state of health deteriorated and, on the advice of his medical team, he was transferred to the intensive care unit of the hospital," according to his spokesperson.

Tested positive at Covid-19 on March 27, the Conservative head of government had refused to stop working from his apartments in Downing Street.

"There is no doubt that the turn of events means that Boris Johnson is seriously ill," said Derek Hill, professor of medical imaging at University College London on Monday evening, quoted by Science Media Center.

Dominic Raab, Minister of Foreign Affairs, replaces him "where necessary", said the spokesman for Mr. Johnson. The first task for Mr. Raab is to chair this Tuesday the daily emergency meeting of ministers, the main medical officer and the scientific adviser.

PM's condition 'improving' in intensive care

  PM's condition 'improving' in intensive care Boris Johnson is "sitting up in bed" as he is treated for coronavirus, Chancellor Rishi Sunak says.The chancellor said Mr Johnson was "sitting up in bed and engaging positively with the clinical team".

7.15 am - For the first time, no deaths in China

China has recorded no new deaths from the Covid-19 in the past 24 hours, authorities said three months after the first death recorded in that country.

The Asian giant, where the new coronavirus appeared in late 2019, had reported a first death on January 11. Since then, 3,331 people have died from the disease in the country.

At the same time, the Chinese stock markets opened sharply higher on Tuesday, in the wake of Wall Street and buoyed by the encouraging signs of a lull in the coronavirus pandemic worldwide.

Read also: Coronavirus: China pays tribute to its "martyrs", the wearing of the mask recommended in the United States

Boris Johnson, from relaxation to the coronavirus to hospitalization .
© SIMON DAWSON British Prime Minister Boris Johnson addresses the press, on March 12, 2020, from 10 Downing Street on his policy against the coronavirus He A month ago, Boris Johnson casually approached the new coronavirus crisis and claimed to continue "shaking hands with everyone". The United Kingdom is now one of the most affected countries in Europe and after a week of hospitalization, he thanked the caregivers for "saving his life".

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