ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday expressed his “best wishes and prayers for the earliest recovery and good health” from his British counterpart Boris Johnson in the intensive care unit (ICU) which is fighting the coronavirus.
In his letter to the British prime minister, he also underlined the importance of Pakistan and Britain working together to overcome the severe challenges posed by COVID-19 and build a safer world, according to the Foreign Office.
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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was transferred to intensive care on Monday after his coronavirus symptoms worsened and he had asked Foreign Minister Dominic Raab to represent.
Johnson was hospitalized on Sunday night and had been tested after suffering persistent coronavirus symptoms for more than 10 days, but the government had previously said he was excited and still responsible.
“Throughout this afternoon, the Prime Minister’s condition has deteriorated and, on the advice of his medical team, he has been transferred to the Intensive Care Unit in the hospital,” his office spokesman said.
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