UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson hospitalised with virus

Cleaning staff disinfect a metro carriage in Addis Ababa- Ethiopia announced its first COVID-19 deaths Sunday. By Michael Tewelde

Cleaning staff disinfect a metro carriage in Addis Ababa- Ethiopia announced its first COVID-19 deaths Sunday. By Michael Tewelde

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who was diagnosed with the coronavirus last month, has been admitted to the hospital for testing on the advice of his doctor, his office said Sunday.

Britain's health minister Nadine Dorries said she had been speaking to Symonds regularly throughout her illness, adding, "She presented with and has been through the classic signs and symptoms most people experience with #COVID19".

Mr Johnson was admitted to hospital on Sunday night after his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

"He is a friend of mine, he is a great gentleman, a great leader".

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Boris Johnson earlier tested positive for the coronavirus disease and isolated himself at 10 Downing Street but promised to continue his duties from home.

The government said on Monday (NZT) that nearly 48,000 people had been confirmed to have Covid-19 in the United Kingdom, and 4934 have died.

Johnson has been dealing with symptoms of the virus for 10 days, and the hospital admission will allow doctors to perform more tests, according to a statement from 10 Downing Street provided to Daily Hive.

Meanwhile, Scotland's Chief Medical Officer Catherine Calderwood has resigned after being warned by police over a visit to her second home which broke her own social distancing guidelines.

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Tunbridge Wells MP Greg Clark said: "Good wishes to BorisJohnson and thanks to those taking care of him and other patients tonight". He has been working from home for the past 10 days, most recently chairing a meeting via video conference on Friday.

In a rare televised address to the country and Commonwealth, the Queen sounded a positive note after what has been an unsettling period, saying: "We will succeed - and that success will belong to every one of us".

The queen said people in Britain and around the world could feel proud of their community response to the outbreak.

In particular, she referenced British wartime singer Vera Lynn, whose song "We'll Meet Again" became an anthem for service personnel fighting overseas, far from their loved ones.

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