UNITED Kingdom — Prime Minister Boris Johnson is making ‘very good progress’ in his recovery from COVID-19.
Johnson was moved out of intensive care after three nights on Thursday and Downing Street said on Friday he had managed to start walking, although his recovery was at an early stage.
‘The Prime Minister continues to make very good progress,’ a Downing Street spokeswoman said.
Mr Johnson, 55, was transferred to intensive care at St Thomas’ in central London on Monday after his condition worsened.
St. Thomas had previously confirmed he was able to take short walks as he began his recovery.
During his time in intensive care, the Conservative Party leader has been watching films to keep himself entertained.
Yesterday it was revealed that Carrie Symonds sent Boris pregnancy scans of their unborn baby as he continues to recover from the coronavirus in hospital.
Ms Symonds, 32, also wrote to the Prime Minister who is on a ward in St Thomas’, central London. (ia/MailOnline)