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ShareApril 09, 2020 "Boris, don't give up!". Boris, don't give up. So Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte turns to "friend" Boris Johnson during an interview with the BBC, wishing the British Prime Minister to overcome the disease that currently sees him hospitalized in intensive care after contracting the virus, as reported by Adnkronos .
In another interview with Bild - writes Ansa - Conte wished yesterday "a speedy recovery to Boris Johnson, we are close to the British people in this very difficult phase. I can't wait to get out of the acute phase of this crisis for help other countries. "
Downing Street staff also confirmed the news of Boris Johnson's signs of improving conditions after the announcement echoed at the press conference on Wednesday about the coronavirus emergency from Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak. "The prime minister continues to make steady progress," said a spokesman last night, while adding that "he remains in the ICU" at St Thomas Hospital in London. And without indicating for now any term of a possible exit from the resuscitation department, always writes Ansa.
Travel restrictions in Britain to stem the Covid-19 pandemic are likely to be extended until at least May. This is what is expected from the next Cobra summit. The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, writes Sky News, has already ruled out the possibility of suspending the closure of pubs, restaurants, shops and other commercial activities. Some prominent government officials believe that reopening is possible only when Premier Johnson is released.