Factbox: Reaction as UK PM Johnson moved to intensive care
LONDON British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was gone to extreme concern on Monday after his coronavirus signs and symptoms became woese also the ceo has questioned Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab to really represent, Downing Street said.
Below is response to media:
KEIR STARMER, LEADER OF THE MAIN OPPOSITION LABOUR PARTY
“Terribly sad news. All the country’s thoughts are with the Prime Minister and his family during this incredibly difficult time.”
LONDON MAYOR SADIQ KHAN
“Praying for the Prime Minister’s swift recovery tonight. @GSTTnhs (Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS) has some of the finest medical staff in the world, and he couldn’t be in safer hands.”
LIZ TRUSS, BRITISH TRADE MINISTER
“My thoughts are with the Prime Minister and his family as he is moved into intensive care this evening. Wishing him a speedy recovery.”
ED DAVEY, LEADER OF THE OPPOSITION LIBERAL DEMOCRATS
“Thoughts are with Boris Johnson & his family at this latest news – best wishes for an early full recovery. Thanks to all NHS & social care staff looking after anyone who is ill tonight.
“Together our goal is to beat #Covid_19”
IAN BLACKFORD, WESTMINSTER LEADER OF THE SCOTTISH NATIONAL PARTY
“So i apologize to apprehend that is actually @BorisJohnson has become in detailed care. This is very concerning yourself news. Thoughts and supplications along with Boris (his fiancée) @carriesymonds etc sometimes their family. This is this type undesirable hsv2 most of us all must receive seriously. Get well in the near future Boris, sit up for even before back.”