Connect with us

CORONAVIRUS

BORIS BOUNCES BACK: Prime Minister “Out Of Intensive Care” – Downing Street

BORIS Johnson is out of intensive care and has been moved to a general ward at St Thomas’ Hospital in London amid his battle with Coronavirus. 

Fighter Johnson, who was hospitalised over the weekend, was said to be in “good spirits”. 

Number 10 said in a statement: “He will receive close monitoring” amid his early recovery.”

Earlier Thursday Downing Street said: “The Prime Minister had a good night and continues to improve in intensive care. He’s in good spirits.” 

Our PM is also still able to “mentally able to make decisions” and remains “accessible” to his government team, according to a former defence minister.

Tobias Ellwood told Sky News: “The prime minister is mentally able to make decisions.

“He’s accessible as well.”

“What we’re going through is unorthodox, we’ve not been here before, but I have been given assurances that the decision-making process can work in this difficult scenario.”

GET WELL SOON BORIS!

Written By

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

HOT RIGHT NOW

Schengen Visa – Europe Short Stay Visa Types and Application

Latest

Want To Solve The NHS’s Woes? Get Patients To Use New Technology

Latest

Advertisement
Connect
GET UPDATES IN YOUR INBOX