British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, 55, was released from the intensive care unit on Thursday and moved to a regular ward to recover from COVID-19.
On Easter Sunday Boris Johnson was released from the hospital and returned home to continue his recovery.
Boris Johnson was moved to the Intensive Care Unit on Monday just in case he needed a ventilator as his condition battling the Coronavirus “worsened.”
Johnson was hospitalized Sunday because of “persistent symptoms.”
BREAKING: Prime Minister Boris Johnson is OUT of intensive care & has been moved back to a regular ward for his continued recovery.
Excellent news. 👏👏 pic.twitter.com/lw4gYdRER8
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) April 9, 2020
Johnson, who announced on March 27 he had the Coronavirus, remained in office, however he deputized Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab to act in his stead “where necessary.”
The liberal media did not reveal what drugs saved the British leader.
President Trump offered assistance to British doctors when he heard about Johnson’s condition.
President Trump has touted the miracle drug hydroxychloroquine that has healed hundreds if not thousands of virus victims.
Boris Johnson published a statement on Easter Sunday thanking the medical team who treated him.
It is hard to find the words to express my debt to the NHS for saving my life.
The efforts of millions of people across this country to stay home are worth it. Together we will overcome this challenge, as we have overcome so many challenges in the past. #StayHomeSaveLives pic.twitter.com/HK7Ch8BMB5
— Boris Johnson (@BorisJohnson) April 12, 2020