British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson has been moved out of intensive care and he was captured waving to nurses and doctors at NHS as a gesture of thanks. Downing Street confirmed this today, The Guardian reports.
The statement is a rare glimpse into the Prime Minister’s condition as he begins his recovery from severe COVID-19 at St Thomas’ Hospital in London. After three days in intensive care, a video clip which has gone viral showed how Mr Johnson was moved out onto a ward last night shortly before the 8pm ‘Clap for Carers’.
Today his spokesman said: “The Prime Minister is back on a ward and continuing his recovery which is at an early stage. He continues to be in very good spirits.”
Downing Street has refused to comment in much detail on Mr Johnson’s state – including whether he has spoken directly to colleagues or used a phone.
British PM Boris Johnson being wheeled from intensive care unit (ICU) to ward.
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