Boris Johnson moved to intensive care after his condition worsens

Boris Johnson moved to intensive care after his condition worsens. The prime minister was moved to intensive care at St Thomas’ hospital, London, at 7pm on Monday as a precaution in case he needed ventilation, it was said.

His pregnant fiancee, Carrie Symonds who is recovering from coronavirus symptoms was said to be deeply anxious about Johnson’s condition.

World leaders empathize with the PM with messages from US president Donald Trump to French president Emmanuel Macron sending their best wishes and support for Johnson’s recovery

During this moment foreign secretary Dominic Raab, who is the first secretary of state, would  deputise for him where necessary.


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