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Boris Johnson stable after night in intensive care, says No 10

Belfast Telegraph Tuesday, 7 April 2020
Boris Johnson is “stable” after spending the night in intensive care following a worsening of his coronavirus symptoms, Downing Street has said.
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Boris Johnson has spent his second night in intensive care suffering from coronavirus at St Thomas' Hospital in central London.

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