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Boris Johnson tells Brits ‘we will do this together' in first self-isolation video since announcing he has coronavirus

3 monthes ago   |   By The Sun

BORIS Johnson tonight vowed “we will do this together” in his first self-isolation video since announcing he had tested positive for coronavirus.
The Prime Minister, who confirmed earlier this week he was self-isolating in Downing Street, issued a rallying cry in a short video on Twitter expressing his gratitude to the nation and hero NHS workers on the frontline.
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Boris Johnson tonight vowed ‘we will get through this together'
Mr Johnson said: “Our policy remains unchanged...that is to delay the spread of the disease so as to...
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How will we care for the dying when hospitals are stretched beyond capacity? | Brief letters

How will we care for the dying when hospitals are stretched beyond capacity? | Brief letters

3 monthes ago   |   By The Guardian

Covid-19 | Sunderland football fans | Classic pop for coronavirus times | Could it get any worse for the PM? | Boris Johnson's hospital promise Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage I could not agree with Dr Lyn Jenkins more ( Boldly facing a deadly virus , Letters, 20 March). I am a rapid-response nurse in central London, seeing acutely unwell patients in their own homes, to avoid harmful admissions to hospital. I saw a 90-year-old last week dying from Covid-19. She lived alone and had no family or friends. It was decided to admit her to hospital for palliation and...
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A self-isolated Boris Johnson tells UK residents 'things will get worse before they get better' during coronavirus response

A self-isolated Boris Johnson tells UK residents 'things will get worse before they get better' during coronavirus response

3 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

Prime Minister Boris Johnson told UK residents that officials "know things will get worse before they get better" in the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Johnson wrote in an open letter to UK residents on the "moment of national emergency" posed by the pandemic, days after he tested positive and entered self-isolation.
Officials have turned to address the next steps in the pandemic response as former Prime Minister Tony Blair told Sky News that tracking future surges or new locations could lie in testing "virtually everybody."
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