British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was discharged from the hospital where he was hospitalized with coronavirus pneumonia. He is now at his country residence. This was reported on Sunday, April 12, TV channel Sky news with reference to the representative of the Prime Minister’s Office on Downing Street.
“The prime minister has been discharged from the hospital to regain his strength at his Checkers residence,” Johnson spokesman said.
He added that so far, doctors have not advised the policy to go back to work.
According to the spokesman for the Johnson residence, the secretary thanks the staff at St. Thomas Hospital for their care.
April 9 it was reported that Johnson was transferred from the intensive care unit to a regular ward, the politician is on the mend. Earlier the same day, his spokesman said that the Prime Minister’s condition was improving.
Earlier, we reported on what the Prime Minister was doing in the hospital.