Prime Minister Boris Johnson leaves intensive care


Boris Johnson has left intensive care, Downing Street confirmed.

The Prime Minister spent three nights in intensive care at London’s St Thomas’s Hospital after being admitted to the hospital on Sunday.

Mr. Johnson has now been transferred to regular service where his condition will continue to be monitored.

A No10 spokesperson said, “The Prime Minister was transferred from intensive care tonight to the ward, where he will be closely monitored during the first phase of his recovery. “

They added that “he is extremely in a good mood”.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock tweeted, “So the Prime Minister is out of intensive care and is on the road to recovery. The NHS is there for all of us, and I know our incredible NHS staff have provided world-class care. “

President Donald Trump also tweeted, “Great news: Prime Minister Boris Johnson has just left intensive care. Heal Boris !!! ”

Johnson was hospitalized on Sunday for tests after showing persistent symptoms of coronavirus, 10 days after he tested positive for the virus.

Downing Street said yesterday that the PM had received standard oxygen treatment and was breathing alone without any other assistance.


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