Isle of Wight MP Bob Seely has issued a statement following tonight’s news (Monday) that Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been admitted to Intensive Care.
Boris went into hospital last night as a precautionary measure after fighting coronavirus for the past 10 days.
In a shocking development, it has been announced that Mr Johnson has been moved to an Intensive Care Unit at St Thomas’ Hospital, although he is not thought to be on a ventilator.
Dominic Rabb is deputising for the Prime Minister.
Bob Seely has said:
“There are thousands of people in intensive care up and down the country. Sadly, that now includes the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson. I’ve had the pleasure of knowing Boris for the last three years and I hope very much that he makes a speedy and thorough recovery. I know he is in the best of hands.
“I thank all the medical staff throughout Britain for the work that they do saving peoples’ lives. That now includes the Prime Minister’s”.