Boris Johnson, Coronavirus

Boris Johnson, Coronavirus

Boris Johnson's condition 'improving': minister

Boris Johnson's condition 'improving': minister

2020-04-08 10:14:00 PM

Boris Johnson 's condition 'improving': minister

The prime minister was 'responding to treatment' and in 'good spirits' after spending his third night in London's St Thomas's Hospital, his official spokesman said earlier.

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