In the hospital Boris Johnson - Receives oxygen

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The British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will remain in the hospital today, after he was admitted yesterday with "persistent coronavirus symptoms", ten days after he was diagnosed positive and according to the Times of London, he was given oxygen.

The British Prime Minister was admitted to St. John's Hospital. Thomas in Westminster at 8 last night, on the advice of his doctor, after he continued to have a high fever. A Downing Street spokesman insisted yesterday that his admission to the hospital was not an "emergency" measure but for precautionary reasons, in order to be examined.

Downing Street is trying to reassure the public

And while Downing Street is trying to reassure the public by saying the British prime minister has "mild symptoms" of coronavirus, some of his aides are reportedly "increasingly concerned" about his health in recent days, with Boris Johnson "coughing heavily." "During telephone conferences".

Boris Johnson, "was more seriously ill than both he and his staff were willing to admit," according to the Guardian, citing a source who said the British prime minister was "being monitored by doctors worried about his breathing".

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is "doing well" and is expected to return to office soon, Housing Secretary Robert Genrik said today after the British leader was admitted to hospital yesterday, Sunday.

"He will stay in the hospital for as long as he needs to stay, but I heard he is doing well and I look forward to seeing him back at 10 Downing Street as soon as possible," Jenrik told BBC radio.

"It was not an urgent admission, so I expect him to return to number 10 soon," Jenrik added, referring to Johnson's office and residence on Downing Street.

Source: philenews