British PM Boris Johnson Is Responding Well To Treatment But Still In ICU

The information in the update we have provided was given to us by St Thomas’ hospital

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson / Photo credit: Chante

British PM Boris Johnson is reportedly “responding well to treatment” and he is in a stable condition but will remain in the intensive care unit at St Thomas’ Hospital.

The British PM Boris Johnson has tested positive for the COVID-19 ten days ago.

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Wednesday afternoon, the Prime Minister’s spokesperson said: “The prime minister remains clinically stable and is responding to treatment. He continues to be cared for in the intensive care unit at St Thomas’ hospital. He’s in good spirits”.
The spokesperson added: “The information in the update we have provided was given to us by St Thomas’ hospital and it contains all of the information that the British PM Boris Johnson ’s medical team consider to be clinically relevant.”

Downing Street’s spokesperson said they were “hugely grateful” for all the well wishes the prime minister has received from around the world.

The spokesperson said, “I think the public response to coronavirus throughout has been fantastic and that has been best exemplified by the applause they’ve been giving to NHS staff every week”.

“Everyone wishes him and Carrie very well wishes him a swift and full recovery. He’s not just our prime minister, for many of us he’s our colleague, he’s our boss, and he’s a friend and we’re all keen to see him make that swift recovery.”

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In other news, according to the NHS a further 828 people have sadly passed away after testing positive for the COVID-19 virus in England.

Article submitted by Chante, Structured, Edited And Corrected By Charles Watson

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