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Prime Minister Boris Johnson was admitted to intensive care with symptoms of coronavirus after his condition worsened on Monday afternoon.

Johnson was taken to St Thomas Hospital on Sunday evening “as a precaution” after his symptoms of Covid-19 persisted.

Many MPs in the Anglia area have gone on Twitter to wish Mr. Johnson a speedy recovery.

Milton Keynes North MP Ben Everitt, who isolated himself with symptoms of coronavirus, tweeted, “Stay boss.”

The coronavirus made me drop the prank & amp; I was just sleeping or lying on the couch for a week. Even then, it took another week to get up & amp; operation.@BorisJohnson& # 39; has been running the country for a week while fighting this nasty virus. What an effort!

Put the boss down.

& mdash; Ben Everitt #StayHomeSaveLives (@Ben_Everitt) April 6, 2020

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#GetWellBoris . Keep fighting, your family, your partner and our country need you #PrayForBoris

& mdash; Robert Halfon MP -Work hard for Harlow- (@ halfon4harlowMP) April 6, 2020

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I wouldn’t usually share a PM private message, but last week I sent @BorisJohnson a quick recovery message and he responded by sending his love to the whole of Colchester.

Boris – the Colchester set is rooted for you and best wishes for a quick recovery. pic.twitter.com/hzjB5Hy5my

& mdash; Will Quince MP ?? #StayHomeSaveLives (@willquince) April 6, 2020

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Thoughts are with @BorisJohnson, Carrie and her family tonight. He’s a fighter and I know he’s in good hands – cared for by our amazing NHS and his staff. I wish the Boss all the best for quick recovery.

& mdash; Brandon Lewis #StayHomeSaveLives (@BrandonLewis) April 6, 2020

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My love & amp; thoughts are with @BorisJohnson, @carriesymonds & amp; the family of prime ministers. ?for you & amp; thinking of you. pic.twitter.com/XXEjm03soC

& mdash; Priti Patel #StayHomeSaveLives (@ patel4witham) April 6, 2020

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Think about @BorisJohnson as we all want to get through this. We are all behind you in this Boris battle, and we look forward to better times. Without a doubt, get first class care from the brilliant #NHS family, to whom we all owe so much.

& mdash; Tom Pursglove MP (@VotePursglove) April 6, 2020

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Wishing the Prime Minister good luck for a full recovery. Everyone is shocked at how sick he is. He will receive the best possible care from our NHS. This news really highlights that this is a horrible virus, which is why it is so important to follow the advice.

& mdash; Daniel Zeichner (@DanielZeichner) April 6, 2020

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My thoughts & amp; prayers go to @BorisJohnson and his family. Thank you all #NHS staff and key workers caring for patients tonight. #StayHomeSaveLives

& mdash; Jo Churchill MP #StayHomeSaveLives (@ Jochurchill4) April 6, 2020

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My thoughts and prayers accompany @BorisJohnson and @carriesymonds tonight. He is in good hands with the NHS and I am optimistic for a full recovery

& mdash; Thérèse Coffey #StayHomeSaveLives (@theresecoffey) April 6, 2020

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I think of the Prime Minister and his family as he is transferred to intensive care this evening. I wish him a speedy recovery.

& mdash; Liz truss (@trussliz) April 6, 2020

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Wishing @BorisJohnson safe recovery in intensive care. thank’s for @NHSuk staff who care for him and anyone sick across the country with # Covid19

& mdash; Chloe Smith #stayhomesavelives (@NorwichChloe) April 6, 2020

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Stay strong, so I hope you get better soon.

We cannot say enough thanks for all you have done to guide us through this difficult time.

We will remain strong for you and for our country. #We’ll see each other again pic.twitter.com/1zloDq9RLV

& mdash; Vicky Ford MP #stayhomesavelives (@vickyford) April 6, 2020

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Our thoughts and prayers go out @BorisJohnson and @carriesymonds and their families. Please perform a full and quick recovery. Love and God bless you and @helenharrisonuk

& mdash; Peter Bone MP (@PeterBoneUK) April 6, 2020

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All my thoughts with our brilliant boss @BorisJohnson tonight. And @carriesymonds. Horrible bloody virus. Stay safe everyone.

& mdash; Julie Marson MP #StayHomeSaveLives (@JulieMarson) April 6, 2020

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My thoughts are with the Prime Minister’s family and partner – I can’t imagine the worry they are going through right now.

Coronavirus can affect anyone. It doesn’t matter who you are or what you do, it doesn’t matter, so stay home and stay safe. https://t.co/JVlkZx5BRT

& mdash; Sarah Owen, MP (@SarahOwen_) April 6, 2020

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Johnson was transferred to the ICU (intensive care unit) in St Thomas ’around 7 p.m. Monday evening after his health worsened during the afternoon, the spokesman said.

He was transferred to intensive care as a precaution if he needed ventilation to help him recover.

Downing Street said that Foreign Minister Dominic Raab would “back up if necessary” while the Prime Minister was in intensive care with Covid-19.

The Prime Minister “remains conscious at the moment,” said the spokesman.

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