“At the recommendation of his doctors, the prime minister was admitted to the hospital for analysis,” according to a statement issued by his office in Downing Street.
According to the release, this is a precautionary measure, because the coroner’s virus symptoms persist within 10 days of being diagnosed.
“The prime minister thanks the medical staff for his incredible effort and asks the population to respect the Government’s recommendations to stay indoors, to protect the national health system and to save lives”, it is shown at the end of the document.
Boris Johnson was tested positive for coronavirus 10 days ago and on Friday announced he was extending his quarantine until he had no symptoms.
Boris Johnson’s fiancée, Carrie Symonds, who is pregnant, announced on Saturday that she had the main symptoms of coronavirus on Twitter and that she is feeling better after seven days of rest.
“I spent the last week in bed, with the main symptoms of coronavirus. I didn’t need to be tested and, after seven days of rest, I feel stronger and recover, “noted Symonds.
Carrie Symonds has been isolating herself since Johnson was tested positive. The prime minister remained in isolation at the Downing Street residence, while Symonds, who normally lives with Johnson, posted a photo of her in self-isolation at Camberwell with his dog Dilyn.