On April 6, local time, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's condition of the new coronary pneumonia deteriorated and was transferred to the intensive care unit.
A spokesman for No. 10 Downing Street in the UK stated that Johnson was transferred to the intensive care unit of the hospital on the recommendation of his medical team. He is currently receiving "very good care". The spokesman said that Johnson had asked British Foreign Secretary Rab to act as prime minister "when necessary."
Johnson, 55, announced at the end of March that his new coronavirus test was positive. Ten days after the diagnosis, Johnson's new coronary pneumonia symptoms did not improve. On April 5, local time, he was admitted to London's St. Thomas Hospital on the advice of a doctor. On the morning of the 6th, Johnson once tweeted that he was "in good spirits." (Editor Xiao Zihe)
Editor in charge: [Ji Xiang]