British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Remains Stable after Second Nights at St Thomas' hospital

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Remains Stable after Second Nights at St Thomas' hospital

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  British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Remains Stable after Second Nights at St Thomas' hospital

United Kingdom British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, remained stable after spending the second night at St Thomas' hospital.

The 55-year-old British leader received oxygen support but was not put on a ventilator and his designated deputy, Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab, said he would soon be back at the helm as the world faces one of the gravest public health crisis in a century.

UK PM Johnson  who tested positive nearly two weeks ago, was taken to St Thomas' hospital on Sunday evening as he had a persistent high temperature and cough but his condition deteriorated on Monday and he was rushed into an intensive care unit.

"The prime minister is in a stable condition, he's comfortable and in good spirits," Edward Argar, a junior health minister, said on Wednesday. "He has in the past had some oxygen but he's not on ventilation."

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson spent a second night in intensive care and was in a stable condition after receiving oxygen support for COVID-19 complications.



                                                                                           
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