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Johnson Applauds Medical Staff for COVID Treatment


Johnson applauded the medical staff: I owe them a life, grateful

According to reports, Johnson told his friends in the ward that the medical staff gave him "model" treatment. "I owe them a life, I can't thank them enough," Johnson added.

Johnson thanked the medical staff. (Online Media)

After staying in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) for 3 nights, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was transferred to the general ward on the evening of 9th and is currently in good condition. According to the latest news from the British media, after returning to the general ward, Johnson applauded the medical staff of St. Thomas Hospital in London, saying, "It is not an exaggeration to thank them"

According to British media reports such as The Guardian, Sky News, and The Sun, after returning from the ICU to the general ward, Johnson applauded the medical staff and praised the work of the medical staff at St Thomas Hospital in London. According to reports, Johnson told his friends in the ward that the medical staff gave him "model" treatment. "I owe them a life, I can't thank them enough," Johnson added.

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Johnson replaced Teresa May as British Prime Minister last July. On March 27 this year, Johnson announced on social media that his new coronavirus test was positive and began to isolate himself in the Prime Minister ’s Office. Due to fever, cough and other symptoms, the 55-year-old British leader went to St. Thomas Hospital in London on April 5 and entered the intensive care unit on the 6th for oxygen therapy.

After staying in ICU for 3 nights, Johnson returned to the general ward on the evening of the 9th. The British Prime Minister's Office said on the 11th that after Johnson was transferred from the ICU, he could already play games and watch movies in the hospital, and his condition further recovered.

The epidemic situation in the UK is getting worse recently. According to the statistics of Johns Hopkins University ’s New Coronary Pneumonia epidemic, as of around 8:00 on April 12, Beijing time, the United Kingdom has accumulatively diagnosed 79874 cases of New Coronary Pneumonia, 9892 deaths, and the number of cured 622 people.

In order to combat the epidemic, the British government banned people from going out unnecessarily from March 23 for a period of three weeks, which will expire on the 12th of this month. Reuters reported that the top priority of the Cabinet Minister is to assess whether and when the home rules can be lifted, and it is expected that a certain conclusion will be drawn on whether the home measures will be effective next week at the latest. British health officials said there are signs that home measures have a positive effect. Agence France-Presse said that the British home regulations may continue at least until the end of this month.

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