3072699 Coronavirus: Boris Johnson moved to the ICU as the symptoms worsen
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to the intensive care in The Hospital , deteriorated after His coronavirus symptoms,"", Downing Street Said .
A spokesman Said he was moved to receive, on the advice of His medical Team and was "excellent care".
Mr Johnson, Minister Dominic has asked foreign to deputise Raab ", where it is necessary", added the spokesman.
The Prime Minister , 55, was in a hospital in London with "persistent symptoms" on Sunday night.
The Queen was informed of Mr Johnson, the health, No 10, according to Buckingham Palace .
BBC political correspondent Chris Mason , the Prime Minister was given oxygen, late on Monday afternoon, before the intensive care unit.
However, he did not to a ventilator.
A no 10 statement: "The Prime Minister was under the care of the doctors at St Thomas' Hospital in London, after he admitted with persistent symptoms of coronavirus.
"Over The Course of [Monday] afternoon, the state, the Prime Minister has deteriorated, and on the advice of His medical Team , he was transferred to the intensive care unit in The Hospital . "
He continued: "The clock is receiving excellent care and would like to thank all NHS staff for their Hard Work and Dedication . "
Mr Raab , who will later meet with the chair of the government daily Covid-19- - Said it was an "incredibly strong Team Spirit was" behind the Prime Minister .
He added That he and His colleagues were to ensure That they are implemented the plans of Mr Johnson, you had to deliver it instructed to, "as soon as possible".
"this is The Way we bring the entire country by the coronavirus challenge," He Said .
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer described it as "terribly sad news".
"All of the country, the thoughts are with the Prime Minister and His Family during this incredibly difficult time," he added.
US President Donald Trump once Said , the Americans "are all praying for His recovery".
He Mr Johnson described as "a Very Good friend of mine and a friend to our nation," the "strong" and "not give up".
Mr Johnson, it was first reported in a hospital for routine tests after testing positive for coronavirus 10 days. His symptoms included a high temperature and cough.
Earlier on Monday, he tweeted That he was in "good spirits".
After a very, very little information was shared today, the Prime Minister of BST in the intensive care unit at around 19:00.
We have Said , he is still conscious, but His condition deteriorated in The Course of the afternoon.
And he was moved to intensive care as a precaution for the case, the ventilation of The Way through this illness.
The Statement from Downing Street makes it clear That he is in charge of the receiving well, and he would like to thank all the NHS staff.
But something important has changed, and he felt it necessary to ask His foreign Minister to deputise for him where it is.
This is a very different message from what we have heard over the last 18 hours or so, where it is constantly "the Prime Minister is In Touch " and "he is responsible" - almost like everything is business as usual.
But clearly, in the intensive care unit, everything.
in the Last month, the Prime Minister , the spokesman Said , when Mr. Johnson was sick and unable to work,
It Comes as The Number of coronavirus-hospital deaths in the UK reached 5,373 - an increase of 439 in one day.
The Department of Health and Social Care, Said there were now 51,608 confirmed coronavirus cases.
the intensive care unit where the doctors look after the sickest patient of His admission to ICU, the clearest indication of how sick the Prime Minister .
We do not know the details of Mr Johnson's condition, but he is conscious and is not vented.
Not every patient is ventilated on the intensive care unit, but around two-thirds are within 24 hours of admission with Covid-19.
This is a disease which attacks the lungs, and can complaints, inflammation of the lungs and breathing.
with This, The Body struggles to get enough oxygen into The Blood and to the vital organs of The Body .
There are no proven drug treatment the Covid-19, although there are many experimental candidates.
But the cornerstone of the Prime Minister 's care will depend on sufficient oxygen in The Body and assist its other institutions, while His immune system The Virus combated.
German Chancellor Rishi Sunak Said His thoughts were with the Prime Minister and His pregnant partner, Carrie Symonds , and That Mr. Johnson would "come out of this even stronger".
in Scotland, while in Northern Ireland the First Minister added Arlene Foster That she is "praying for a full and speedy recovery".
Wales' First Minister Mark Drakeford called it "about news".
Mr Johnson's predecessor, Theresa May , and former head of the Labour party, Jeremy Corbyn , both Said their thoughts were with him.
the woman noted That the "terrible virus discriminate".
The Taoiseach (Irish Prime Minister ), Leo Varadkar wished, Mr. Johnson, "a rapid return to health", and the French President, Emmanuel Macron Said he hoped he "overcomes these difficulties quickly. "
President of the European Commission , and Ursula von der Leyen, wished him a "full and speedy recovery".
The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby , The News "deepens our compassion for all who are seriously ill" and search for them.
And the mayor of London, Sadiq Khan tweeted That St Thomas' Hospital had "some of The Best medical staff in The World " and That the Prime Minister "could not be in safer hands".
While the government daily coronavirus briefing earlier on Monday, Mr Raab Said That the Prime Minister had continued to lead the government from The Hospital .
Asked whether That was appropriate, Mr Raab Said Mr Johnson would be "take the medical advice he receives from His doctor."
"We have a Team . this is to ensure Full Throttle , That His instructions and His instructions are implemented," He Said .
The Foreign Minister added That he had not spoken to the Prime Minister since Saturday.
On Saturday, Ms Symonds Said she had a week in bed with the main symptoms. You Said you have not tested for The Virus .
health Secretary to Matt Hancock , who also tested positive for The Virus , and spent some Time In self-isolation, offered, "all possible Best Wishes , Boris Johnson and His love".
"I know he will receive The Best possible care for our amazing NHS," he tweeted.
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