British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson is still in critical condition after he was moved to intensive care due to the Coronavirus infection.
According to AFP, a senior cabinet Minister revealed on Tuesday that Boris Johnson has been given oxygen but is not on a ventilator yet although one is readily available at where he is receiving treatment.
“The prime minister has received some oxygen support,” “he has not been on a ventilator” he told LBC radio.
Meanwhile, Boris Johnson has tasked the Foreign Secretary to Dominic Raab, to act in his place.
According to Raab, Boris Johnson is ‘in safe hands’ in a London hospital.
The revered leader was diagnosed with the Coronavirus on March 26 and was moved to the intensive care unit on Monday, April 6 after his condition worsened and is still battling to survive.