Minister of state says that the british prime minister’s condition is stable at the intensive care unit and that he gets oxygen.
The british prime minister, Boris Johnson, is on the third day, admitted to an intensive care unit in a hospital in London, where he is under the care of a lungelæge that, according to a newspaper is one of the Uk’s leading.
more Than 55,000 britons are infected with the corona virus and the death toll rose on Tuesday with 786, so almost 6200 people now have lost their lives during the pandemic.
– As I understand it, is the prime minister’s condition stable, he feels comfortable and is in a good mood, says deputy health minister Edward Argar to Sky News.
– previously, He had no oxygen, but he is not in a respirator, he says.
The Newspaper The Times writes that Johnson’s persistent high fever decreased, while the Daily Telegraph can tell you that he treated and supervised by one of the Uk’s leading lungelæger.
– He was at work to work for you, writes The Sun newspaper.
– So pray for him now, sounds the call.
Others have pointed out, that it can be self-inflicted, that the 55-year-old Johnson is now lying seriously ill at St. Thomas Hospital.
He told last month that he would not be afraid of the coronavirus, and that he would continue to give hand to all. Which he then did, although in the country Europe was the strict injunction not to come close to each other, let alone give hand to the other in order not to infection with the coronavirus.
Boris Johnson volunteered 27. march sick with Covid-19, which is triggered by the coronavirus, and went into quarantine in embedsboligen 10 Downing Street. He was on Sunday evening admitted to St. Thomas Hospital with breathing problems and shortly after transferred to the intensive care unit.
foreign Minister Dominic Raab, who serves as Johnson’s relief in the government, calls him a “fighter”.
– He will come back and lead us through the crisis in short period of time, he says.
Experts point out that it is serious, when a patient is transferred to an intensive care unit.
– There is no doubt that as the case has developed, then this means that Boris Johnson is very seriously ill, ” notes Derek Hill, who is a medical professor at University College London.