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The Prime Minister ‘continues to improve’ whilst in hospital

by LLB Reporter
9th Apr 20 1:14 pm

Downing Street have confirmed on Thursday that the Prime Minister “continues to improve” whilst he is in intensive care with coronavirus.

A Downing Street spokesman said he had a “good night” at St Thomas’ Hospital in central London.

On Tuesday, Downing Street confirmed that Johnson is now in a stable condition and in “good spirits” after he was admitted to intensive care, Downing Street have confirmed.

On Sunday Johnson was taken to St Thomas’ Hospital in central London as a precaution after his health worsened.

The Downing Street spokesman said, “The Prime Minister has been stable overnight and remains in good spirits.

“He is receiving standard oxygen treatment and breathing without any other assistance.

“He has not required mechanical ventilation or non-invasive respiratory support.”

The spokesman further confirmed that he does not have “pneumonia.”

Furthermore, Johnson is being treated by one of the UK’s leading lung expert at St Thomas’ Hospital in central London.

The Daily Telegraph reported, that Dr Richard Leach is a senior clinician at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital and has been by Johnson’s bedside.

Colleagues of Dr Leach say he is a “brilliant doctor” and has “saved thousands of lives.”

A colleague of Dr Leach said, “He’s the most knowledgeable respiratory specialist in the country, and he’s a straight talker.

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