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UK PM Boris Johnson 'clinically stable' in ICU

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 8 April 2020
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was "clinically stable" in intensive care on Wednesday and responding to treatment for COVID-19 complications, amid questions about how key coronavirus crisis decisions would be made in his absence.
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News video: Boris Johnson Still In ICU, But In Stable Condition

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According to Reuters, Prime Minister Boris Johnson is clinically stable and responding to treatment. Johnson, who tested positive for coronavirus, was taken to St. Thomas hospital in London on Monday. He was then moved to the intensive care unit. A spokesperson told media on Wednesday, he is still in...

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