Many UK lawmakers have asked PM Johnson to handover the work. One MP said that Johnson wanted to show himself like his idol Winston Churchill.
London| Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who is suffering from a coronavirus infection, has been admitted to St Thomas’ Hospital near his residence at Downing Street. Johnson’s health deteriorated on Monday and he was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit. Medical Health experts of the hospital have said that Johnson needs to be put on a ventilator. Meanwhile, Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said that Boris Johnson has been admitted to the ICU as a precaution and he continues to be in charge of the government.
Boris Johnson’s Coronavirus test Report came out positive on March 27. After this, he had isolated himself. He was admitted to the hospital 10 days later on Sunday night. He has been provided with oxygen in the hospital. However, he continued working from home. Reportedly, this is said to be the reason why his health worsened.
MPs demand Johnson to handover work
Many UK lawmakers have asked PM Johnson to handover the work. One MP said that Johnson wanted to show himself like his idol Winston Churchill. Another lawmaker suggested that Johnson should not imitate Churchill’s work like he did during World War II. He should give the responsibility of the country to another cabinet minister regarding coronavirus. However, his deputy Dominic Rabb is taking a meeting of the Coronavirus Crisis Committee. One member said that Johnson looked very tired in the video conference. This will not give any motivation to the country. Johnson has written many books on Churchill and wants to be like him. Johnson simply needs to remain Boris Johnson and not copy anyone.
Johnson has been battling a fever for a week
Johnson posted the video on Twitter during the quarantine. In this video, he looked very tired. He said that he still has a high fever. Experts said that when high fever persists for more than a week, the disease like pneumonia becomes more dangerous. It has been claimed that Johnson was also coughing up a lot during the conference. He was then admitted to the hospital. His housing secretary Robert Genrich said that Johnson was working very hard and that he hoped he would return to Downing Street soon. At the same time, Health Minister Nadine Doris, who has recovered from Coronavirus, said that the Prime Minister needs to get enough sleep and rest. As of Monday, 47,806 cases of infection have been reported in the UK and 4,934 people have died.