PRIME Minister Boris Johnson was still in hospital on Monday suffering persistent coronavirus symptoms ten days after testing positive for the disease. His admission on Sunday evening was due to “persistent symptoms” including a high temperature, a Downing Street spokeswoman said. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates How is Boris Johnson doing since contracting coronavirus? “The PM is still at hospital,” a British government source said this morning, adding, “he spent the night in hospital”. Boris Johnson, 55, was admitted to hospital for tests, ten days after testing positive for coronavirus, Downing Street confirmed. He was taken to hospital on Sunday evening with “persistent symptoms”, including a high temperature. Mr Johnson will stay for “as long as needed” in the London NHS hospital where he was taken as a “precautionary step” on the advice of his doctor – rather than as an emergency.The PM remains in charge of the Government, but Dominic Raab is expected to chair a coronavirus meeting this morning. Dr Sarah Jarvis, a GP, told the BBC that during his time in hospital, he would most likely have his chest X-rayed and his lungs scanned. He is also likely to have an electrocardiogram… Read full this story
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