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The Prime Minister of United Kingdom Boris Johnson is finally out of the intensive care in hospital.

The health of UK PM is being monitored closely. The US President Trump tweeted, 'Good News, Get well Boris'.
 
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Boris Johnson's father is "tremendously grateful" he is out of intensive care
From CNN's Vasco Cotovio and Lauren Kent in London

Stanley Johnson, father of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, is seen on March 4, 2020 in London. Peter Summers/Getty Images

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's father is relieved and "tremendously grateful" that his son has been moved out of intensive care to another hospital unit, he said today in an interview with the BBC.

Stanley Johnson also said his son's battle with coronavirus helped the UK realize the pandemic is serious.
"It has actually, I think, served an amazing purpose in the sense that it's gotten the whole country to realize that this is a serious event," Stanley Johnson said. "He almost took one for the team.”
"I feel tremendously grateful on behalf of the family, Boris' family, my family, family members all over the place, and of course thankful for the tremendous amount of support ... and thankful for the extraordinary work of the National Health Service."

On Thursday evening, Downing Street said the Prime Minister was moved from intensive care back to the ward at St. Thomas' Hospital in London, where he will be closely monitored. But the danger hasn't fully passed yet, said Stanley Johnson.

“I don't think you can say this is out of the woods now. He has to take time. I'm not onto the details, but I cannot believe you can walk away from this and get straight back to Downing Street and pick up the reigns without a period of adjustment," he said.
 

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Erdogan sends well-wishes to Boris Johnson

Turkey's president has sent a letter to Boris Johnson, wishing the British prime minister a speedy recovery from the coronavirus, the Associated Press news agency reported.

In his letter, Recep Tayyip Erdogan also conveyed his condolences to the families of British victims of the virus, expressed hope that Britain overcomes the "tragedy with the minimal losses" and relayed his good wishes to British health service employees treating COVID-19 patients.

Erdogan also invited Johnson, whose great-grandfather was Turkish, to visit "the land of your ancestors" to discuss ""steps that will further our bilateral cooperation in the post-Brexit period."
 

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Thursday left intensive care, where he had spent the three previous days for treatment against coronavirus, his Downing Street office said. This is not the first time when a British leader is out of action during a time of crisis.
 

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Boris Johnson’s fiance, environmental campaigner and former Tory press officer Carrie Symonds, sent him letters and baby scans to lift his spirits during his time in intensive care, a Downing Street source has confirmed.

He received daily updates, including images of their unborn child, as he struggled with coronavirus at St Thomas’ hospital in central London.

Symonds, who is due to give birth in two months, and has also been ill with coronavirus-like symptoms in recent weeks, has not been tested. The two have reportedly not seen each other since he was admitted to hospital.
 

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Boris Johnson making 'good progress'

The British prime minister, Boris Johnson, is making “very good progress” in his recovery from Covid-19, his office said on Saturday.

Johnson was moved out of intensive care after three nights on Thursday, and Downing Street said on Friday he had managed to start walking, although his recovery was at an early stage.

“The prime minister continues to make very good progress,” a Downing Street spokeswoman said.
 

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Coronavirus: 917 new coronavirus deaths as UK told to stay home


The UK has recorded 917 new coronavirus deaths, taking the total number of people who have died in hospital with the virus to 9,875.

The figure is slightly down from Friday, which at 980 exceeded the worst daily figures seen in Italy and Spain.

It comes as the UK spends the Easter weekend under lockdown, with the public being told to stay at home.

Meanwhile, some NHS staff say they still do not have the protective equipment they need to treat patients.

Among the latest deaths is an 11-year-old, according to NHS England.

The UK-wide figures, which are accurate as of 17:00 BST on Friday, do not include those who died in care homes or the community.

 

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A further 917 coronavirus-related hospital deaths have been reported in the UK

 

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Inquiry into deaths of ethnic minority NHS staff urged

There is concern that a disproportionate number of NHS staff who have died have come from ethnic minority backgrounds, a fact confirmed by the health secretary, Matt Hancock.

Nineteen NHS workers have died with coronavirus since the outbreak began. The first 10 doctors whose deaths were announced were all from minority backgrounds.

The British Medical Association has called for an investigation.


Two of those who died were Amged El-Hawrani and Adil El Tayar - two British-Sudanese doctors.

They were the first working medics to die of coronavirus in the UK.

Both retained strong ties with Sudan, but had families and lives here in the UK.

Read more about the extraordinary lives of these two men.
 

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Analysis: Too soon to know whether UK deaths slowing

In its daily update, the Department of Health and Social care has announced 917 new coronavirus-related hospital deaths in the UK.

That figure is down from the 980 new deaths it reported yesterday.

In fact, the growth in the number of new deaths has stalled over the past four days.

In some other countries that have implemented lockdowns, the numbers of reported deaths stopped growing about three weeks into lockdown.

Today is too soon to know for sure whether we have reached that point.

There have been reporting lags at weekends and it is possible that the bank holiday weekend will see deaths go unreported until next week.

New coronavirus-related reported hospital deaths in the UK:

  • 11 April: 917
  • 10 April: 980
  • 9 April: 881
  • 8 April 938
  • 7 April: 786
  • 6 April: 441
  • 5 April: 621
 
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