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Boris Johnson is better and would like to thank the doctors who treated him: “I owe them my life”

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Published on Apr 12, 2020

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Going to have good news from London, at least for what concerns the health of the british prime minister, Boris Johnson. After the hospitalization, he was discharged. Recall that Johnson had been hospitalized on the 5th of April for the coronavirus. This was announced by Downing Street. Johnson was tested positive for Covid-19 and was brought to the St. Thomas Hospital in London following the worsening of his condition. Now you will transfer in his country home at Chequers where he will continue treatment.

In regard to the health conditions of the british prime minister you are called many things these days, especially a few hours after the patient is in the hospital when you spoke of a critical state of health. His spokesman had denied it, reassuring everyone about the fact that Boris Johnson fighting against this enemy difficult to defeat, but was not in serious condition or life threatening.

The first words to Johnson, are for all the doctors and nurses in this last week you have taken care of him.

“On the advice of his medical team said a spokesman for Downing Street , the prime minister will not return immediately to work,” but will “continue his convalescence at Chequers”, the country residence reserved to the heads of the british government. Johnson, the spokesman added, “want to thank all of Saint Thomas (the London hospital where he was admitted, ed) for the excellent care he has received.”

The first words of the Premier were right for all the people who in the last week have been at his side in this battle, saving his life. Before leaving the hospital she had commented: “I can't thank them enough. I owe them my life.”

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