Carrie Symonds makes fitting NHS tribute as she breaks silence after Boris health update

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The Prime On’s pregnant fiancée joined Britons across the country applauding key breadwinners as she posted a painting of a rainbow. The rainbow logo is being used by sets to show their support for NHS staff and other key workers. The 32-year-old parceled the snap with clapping emojis.

Carrie, who last week make knew she had been suffering coronavirus symptoms, is at least six months pregnant.

Chirp users were quick to respond to Carrie’s post.

ITV Good Morning presenter Pilings Morgan posted a message underneath the picture implying he was praying for her.

Supports posted the “praying hands” emoji and a thumbs up.

Shortly before households across the rural area took part in the nationwide applause of key workers, it emerged that the Prime Wait on had come out of intensive care.

No 10 said he “has been moved this level from intensive care back to the ward, where he will sustain close monitoring during the early phase of his recovery”.

People responded to Carrie’s stick by welcoming the good news about the improvement with her fiancee’s trim. 

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On Thursday evening Downing Street said the Prime Minister’s proviso “continues to improve” and after spending a “good night” in intensive be fond of.

Mr Johnson was moved out of the ICU to a ward at St Thomas’.

At the daily coronavirus press compressing, Dominic Raab, who earlier chaired a meeting of the Cobra committee, believed he had not spoken to the Prime Minister since taking over his responsibilities.

“We in the Direction have got this covered,” he said, adding: “I’ve got all the authority I need to insist upon the relevant decisions – whether it’s through chairing Cabinet updates, presiding officering Cobra, or indeed the morning meetings of senior ministers.”

Mr Raab, who is allied Chancellor Rishi Sunak and Foreign Office staff for the weekly Pat for Carers at 8pm this evening. 

Responding to the news the Prime Minister had been moved out of intensified care, Mr Raab tweeted: “The news we all wanted to hear.

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