British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is now out of the Intensive Care Unit after spending three nights in the hospital over coronavirus symptoms.
He was moved out of the intensive care unit where he was being treated after contracting the coronavirus, a spokesperson said on Thursday.
According to agency reports, Johnson, 55, was admitted to London’s St Thomas’ Hospital on Sunday after “persistent” COVID-19 symptoms. The following day, he was moved into intensive care.
Before he moved out of ICU and onto a normal ward, a spokesperson said he had had a “good night” and thanked the U.K.’s National Health Service for the “brilliant care” he had received.
Britain’s Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has been deputizing for Johnson while he has been treated.
At an earlier briefing about coronavirus, Raab said he had not spoken to the prime minister, who he insisted should focus on his recovery.
Dominic Raab has not spoken to Boris Johnson since taking over his responsibilities, insisting the Prime Minister should focus on his recovery.