Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who was hospitalized at St Thomas’ Hospital in London, opened up about his fight against COVID-19.
On Sunday, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who was hospitalized for three nights at St Thomas’ Hospital in London, opened up about his fight against COVID-19.
He said, “It is hard to believe that my health has deteriorated so much in a few days. I remember being frustrated. I cannot understand why I am not well. But the worst moment came when I was 50-50, and they wanted to put a pipe under my windmill. “
The UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson thanked the British National Health Service (NHS) doctors who saved her life.
In fact, Boris Johnson and his fiance named their newborn child, Wilfred Larry Nichols, and after Nick Price and Nick Hart, Johnson was proud to have healed.
Prime Minister Johnson said the epidemic had reached its peak in the UK, promising a “road map and a menu of options” for the UK’s recovery.
The UK is facing a really serious economic and health crisis.
As of May 4, the UK had 28,446 deaths and 43 deaths per 100,000, the 6th highest in the world.
On the economic front, the UK’s Budget Responsibility Office predicts that the country’s GDP will fall by a staggering 35 per cent in the second quarter.
This will be the worst economic victory Great Britain has faced since the Great Snows of 1709.
This suggests that the crisis will be worse than the impact of the Great Recession in Great Britain. Economic uncertainty and the anxiety created by Brexit contribute to the crisis.
The first half of 2020 is set to be a difficult time for the country to transition before the epidemic. It was already a difficult task to adapt to the new conditions of trade and migration.
The transition to the post-COVID-19 world complicates this.