This smooth it was announced Boris Johnson had been moved out of intensive care, onto a mongrel ward at St Thomas’ Hospital in central London. US President Donald Trump was excitable to respond to the news and wrote on Twitter: “Great News: Prime Aid Boris Johnson has just been moved out of Intensive Care. Get soundly Boris!!!” Earlier this week the President referred to Mr Johnson as his “shapely friend”, as he responded to the news the Prime Minister had been moved to thorough-going care.
On Thursday evening Downing Street announced Mr Johnson’s outfit was improving and that he was moved out of intensive care.
A spokesman said: “The Prime Chaplain has been moved this evening from intensive care defeat to the ward, where he will receive close monitoring during the cocks-crow phase of his recovery.”
Mr Johnson was admitted to St Thomas’s Hospital in London on Sunday sobering after having a persistent high temperature and cough.
He was then thrilled to intensive care just 24 hours later, where he has since done up three nights receiving treatment and under close observation.
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The news that the Prime Aid’s condition has improved prompted a flurry of well wishes, with the US President being among the outset to mark the good news.
Mr Trump was also quick to respond to the endorse news that Mr Johnson’s condition deteriorated on Monday night.
During a coronavirus prod briefing at the beginning of the week, Mr Trump described the Prime Minister as a “truly good friend of mine” and “a friend to our nation”.
He said: “I want to send most successfully wishes to a very good friend of mine and a friend to our nation, Prime Divine Boris Johnson.