Coronavirus: UK Premier transferred to intensive care

Boris Johnson
LONDON, ENGLAND - MARCH 20: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaks during a daily press conference at 10 Downing Street on March 20, 2020 in London, England. During the press conference, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told pubs, cafes, bars, restaurants and gyms to close, whilst Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced that the government will pay up to 80% of the wages of those unable to work due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. (Photo by Julian Simmonds - WPA Pool/Getty Images)

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was transferred to intensive care tonight at St Thomas hospital after his condition deteriorated following his coronavirus hospitalization. This was reported by Downing Street, specifying that Foreign Minister Dominic Raab takes over to replace him.

As of Sunday evening, the Prime Minister was taken into care by doctors from St Thomas Hospital, London, after being hospitalized for persistent symptoms of coronavirus. In the afternoon, The Prime Minister’s condition worsened and, on the recommendation of his medical team, he was transferred to the hospital’s intensive care unit. ” “The Prime Minister asked the Foreign Minister, Dominic Raab, who as First Secretary of State, to replace him as necessary. The Prime Minister is receiving excellent care and thanks to all the staff of the NHS (the British National Health Service) for his work and dedication.

Raab – Boris Johnson “is receiving excellent care” and “is in safe hands” at St Thomas hospital in London, after his condition related to coronavirus infection has worsened, said British Foreign Minister Dominic Raab, who just took over from the Prime Minister as head of the alternate government, ensuring that the country and the executive’s action remain “absolutely under control”. Raab spoke of a “strong team spirit” of the government to implement Johnson’s instructions and to “defeat this horrible virus.”

Terrible news. All the thoughts of the country are with the Prime Minister and his family in this incredibly difficult moment. ” Tweeted head of the Labor opposition Keir Starmer after the transfer of Boris Johnson to intensive care at St Thomas hospital in London.