UK prime minister Boris Johnson leaves intensive care: govt | AFP

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson left intensive care after three days of treatment for COVID-19, his office says. The 55-year-old Conservative leader had received “standard oxygen treatment” after he was transferred to the intensive care unit at London’s St Thomas’s hospital on Monday, his spokesman says. IMAGES of St Thomas’ Hospital in central London

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Scene outside St Thomas’ Hospital where Boris Johnson is in intensive care | AFP

Scene outside St Thomas’ Hospital in London, where British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will spend another night in intensive care, as he battles the coronavirus. IMAGES

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Images of St Thomas’ Hospital in London where British PM Boris Johnson was admitted to ICU | AFP

Images of St Thomas’ Hospital in London where British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was admitted to intensive care after testing positive for coronavirus on March 27. Foreign minister Dominic Raab is to take over his duties “where necessary”, his Downing Street office says. IMAGES of St Thomas’ Hospital

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