British prime minister sent to ICU

Outside St. Thomas’s Hospital, many media were waiting all night
Novel coronavirus pneumonia in Johnson, the prime minister, was deteriorated and transferred to intensive care unit, according to British media reports. The 6 prime time in the evening was the first time in the UK.
A spokesman for the prime minister said Johnson had asked Foreign Minister Dominique Labu to temporarily act as prime minister.
Earlier Friday, a spokesman for the prime minister’s office said Johnson had a “comfortable” night at the hospital and was in good spirits and continued to stay for examination.
Since novel coronavirus pneumonia was diagnosed in March 27th, Johnson, 55, has been working at home. However, after 10 days of isolation, Johnson still had “persistent symptoms” and fever on April 5, so he followed the doctor’s advice to go to the hospital, which was his first hospitalization after his diagnosis.
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