By Dana Sanchez
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, 55, was taken to a London hospital intensive care unit for coronavirus treatment on Monday after his condition deteriorated, his office said.
Johnson was admitted to St. Thomas’s Hospital in London on Sunday night and he became more seriously ill on Monday afternoon, a government spokesperson said in an email. He was given oxygen late on Monday afternoon, Bloomberg reported.
Johnson tested positive for the virus 10 days ago and pregnant partner, Carrie Symonds.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab will stand in for Johnson running the country “where necessary,” a government spokesperson said.
Dominic Raab, 46, is a former lawyer who trained so hard at karate in his mid-30s that he had to have a hip replacement. He became known as a troublemaker under former Prime Minister David Cameron, asking awkward questions and backing Brexit, Bloomberg reported. “That upset voters in his southwest London district, Click here to read entire article