PM out of hospital – Boris Johnson has left St Thomas’ hospital.
This video message was made Friday 3 April and posted on Twitter.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson left the hospital Sunday April 12. Downing Street said: On the advice of his medical team, the PM will not be immediately returning to work. He wishes to thank everybody at St Thomas’ for the brilliant care he has received. “All of his thoughts are with those affected by this illness.”
Prime Minister Boris Johnson was admitted and moved to intensive care 5 April. Boris was taken to hospital with COVID-19 symptoms.
He had three nights in intensive care before returning to a ward on Thursday.
The PM designated Dominic Raab as First Secretary of State meaning he is acting Prime Minister in charge of the government while Boris is in hospital.
PM developed symptoms and tested positive for COVID-19 after self-isolation 27 March. He was last seen at the front door of Number 10 clapping. He was showing his gratitude, along with rest of the country, for hospital workers.
On Saturday, April 4, his pregnant partner Carrie Symonds tweeted that she had spent a week in bed with the main symptoms. She said she had not been tested for the virus. She is now healthy and well.
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It’s thought PM is in St Thomas’ hospital Live view from outside https://t.co/tYJzzt1tcl get well soon #BorisJohnson #tests #coronavirus #staysafe #NHSheroes @10DowningStreet pic.twitter.com/Oc3j6ZfiUR
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