British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will be spending another night St at Thomas’ hospital hospital where he is being treated for coronavirus.
Evening Standard reports that, the Prime Minister was moved to intensive care at the hospital on Monday night after his coronavirus symptoms worsened.
On Johnson’s condition, a Downing Street spokesman said: “The Prime Minister’s condition is stable and he remains in intensive care for close monitoring. He is in good spirits.”
No further updates on his condition are expected until Wednesday
The latest update from the Government said that Mr Johnson had been treated with oxygen and has not had to be put on a ventilator.
Meanwhile, well wishers, MPs and leaders around the world have been sharing messages of support for the PM.
As the British PM prepares to spend another night, there has been an expression and concern by Brits, which has led to a huge campaign across social media.
The gesture is encourages Brits to #ClapforBoris just as the country has saluted NHS workers.
While being in support for Johnson’s speedy recovery, one urged people to “clap for Boris” tonight while another said: “Stay strong Boris… you get better.
“It’s a new day. The country and your people stand side by side to fight with you.”