Boris Johnson Admitted To Hospital

Cheryl Sanders
April 6, 2020

Mr Johnson has been working from home since he tested positive for Coronavirus on the 27th of March.

He was admitted at a London NHS hospital, believed to be St Thomas' in Westminster, in what his handlers said he was to undergo tests merely as a precaution, as reported by Daily Mail.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is "still very much in charge of the government" despite spending the night in hospital with coronavirus, Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick has said.

The spokesperson said Mr Johnson "thanks NHS staff for all of their incredible, hard work" and was encouraging the pubic to "continue to follow the government's advice to stay at home, protect the NHS and save lives".


British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been admitted to hospital for tests due to persistent coronavirus symptoms, his office said Sunday.

He remains in charge of the government, and is in contact with ministerial colleagues and officials.

Johnson's partner Carrie Symonds, who is pregnant with their child, also reportedly caught the virus, but is improving. Of those who have contracted the virus, at least 4,934 have died. Johnson had informed his social media followers that he had mild symptoms before he tested positive. We will succeed - and that success will belong to every one of us. Some of those messages have shown how the virus has physically impacted him.

"I've spent the past week in bed with the main symptoms of coronavirus", she wrote yesterday.


Queen Elizabeth offered a message of reassurance Sunday evening, calling on British people to act with "self-discipline" and "good-humoured resolve" to overcome the coronavirus outbreak.

Drawing parallels to the struggle of World War II, the 93-year-old queen said that "while we may have more still to endure, better days will return: we will be with our friends again; we will be with our families again; we will meet again".

But Hancock on Sunday warned that outside exercise could be banned after concern warmer weather could tempt people from their homes to public parks and open spaces.

She apologized and Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon backed her to stay on.


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