UK PM ‘stable’ after intensive care stay

LONDON (HRNW) – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was stable in intensive care on Tuesday after receiving oxygen support to help him battle COVID-19, while his foreign minister led the government s response to the accelerating outbreak. Francesca Lynagh reports.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is said to be in stable condition and “good spirits”, after he was hospitalized in an intensive care unit due to a deterioration of his COVID-19 symptoms.

Johnson — the first leader of a major world power to suffer so drastically from coronavirus complications — received oxygen support at London s St Thomas s hospital, but has not required ventilation.

55-year-old Johnson was first admitted to hospital on Sunday night (April 5), after suffering from a high temperature and a cough, for over 10 days.


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