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'I owe them my life' - out of intensive care, UK's Johnson praises medics

Reuters Sunday, 12 April 2020
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he owes his life to the staff of Britain's state-run National Health Service, in his first comments since being released from intensive care for treatment for COVID-19.
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News video: Boris Johnson Thanks NHS For Saving His Life After Leaving Hospital

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson says 'the NHS has saved my life' in a video posted on Twitter after he was discharged from St Thomas’ Hospital following his battle with coronavirus.

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