For more than 10 days, the British Prime Minister struggled with nCoV

For more than 10 days, the British Prime Minister struggled with nCoV 1
For more than 10 days, the British Prime Minister struggled with nCoV 1

`Hello everyone. I want to inform you about what happened today. I have mild symptoms of Covid-19,` Prime Minister Johnson said in a friendly voice in a video posted to Twitter on March 27.

The British Prime Minister is infected with nCoV

Prime Minister Johnson announced his infection with nCoV on Twitter on March 27.

The video shows the British Prime Minister holding his phone to record, wearing a dark blue suit, light-colored shirt, red tie and wearing the badge of the British National Health Service (NHS) on his lapel, like other people.

However, 7 days later, which was also Johnson’s most recent appearance, signs of health deterioration became extremely evident.

`In my case, even though I feel better and have quarantined for 7 days, I still have a mild symptom. I still have a fever,` Johnson said, seemingly trying to downplay the severity of the illness.

For more than 10 days, the British Prime Minister struggled with nCoV

The British Prime Minister sent a message on April 3

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson sent a message to the people in a video posted on Twitter on April 3.

Two days later, Johnson was taken to St Thomas Hospital.

It is unclear why Johnson was severely affected by nCoV, while British Health Secretary Matt Hancock, who contracted the virus at the same time as the Prime Minister, has returned to work.

Sonia Purnell, Johnson’s biographer and who worked with him at the Telegraph’s Brussels office, said the Prime Minister had a very strange attitude towards illness.

An anonymous senior official in the cabinet also agreed.

Since receiving the positive result for nCoV, Johnson has continued to chair hour-long emergency meetings, set up to address the pandemic situation.

`During remote meetings while he was in quarantine, he sometimes coughed tiredly,` a source revealed, but added that Johnson was not as severe as the reported cases of being unable to speak or

For more than 10 days, the British Prime Minister struggled with nCoV

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson applauded the NHS outside his office in Downing Street, London on March 26.

Johnson began noticing symptoms on March 26, one day after his weekly phone call with Queen Elizabeth II, and was confirmed to be infected with nCoV on the same day.

The British Prime Minister posted a video announcing his infection with nCoV a day later, but still did not stop working.

`When I asked how his health was, Boris immediately told me: ‘We need ventilators’. I responded that it was a very important statement,` Trump said at a press conference.

While Johnson self-isolated in his Downing Street office, his fiancee Carrie Symonds, who was pregnant, moved into their home in south London.

At the end of the first week since being infected with nCoV, Johnson wrote a letter to 30 million British households, calling on the entire country to `stay at home`.

On April 1, Johnson addressed the country for the second time since quarantine in a 3-minute, 5-second video.

`I would like to reassure everyone that, although I am quarantined at 10 Downing Street, thanks to the miracle of modern technology I am still in regular contact with officials, as well as all

For more than 10 days, the British Prime Minister struggled with nCoV

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson applauded the NHS outside his Downing Street office on April 2, in his last public appearance before being hospitalized.

On April 2, Johnson once again stepped outside his office to praise the NHS, giving a thumbs-up before returning inside.

Many rumors began to spread that Johnson was not feeling well and was not resting.

Johnson’s condition seriously worsened on April 6, when he was transferred to the intensive care room, one day after being hospitalized.

The spokesman added that Johnson appointed Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab as his replacement when necessary.

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