Coronavirus: COVID-19 recovered UK PM Boris Johnson is ‘sure’ US President Trump will be fine

First Published 4, Oct 2020, 5:13 PM

“I’m sure that President Trump is going to be fine. He’s got the best possible care... He just needs, I mean, the most important thing to do is to follow his doctors’ advice, he’s got superb medical advice,” Johnson said during an interview on BBC television.

<p>British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Sunday he was sure US President Donald Trump, who has COVID-19, would be fine and was receiving the best possible care.<br />
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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Sunday he was sure US President Donald Trump, who has COVID-19, would be fine and was receiving the best possible care.
 

<p>“I’m sure that President Trump is going to be fine. He’s got the best possible care... He just needs, I mean, the most important thing to do is to follow his doctors’ advice, he’s got superb medical advice,” Johnson said during an interview on BBC television.</p>

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“I’m sure that President Trump is going to be fine. He’s got the best possible care... He just needs, I mean, the most important thing to do is to follow his doctors’ advice, he’s got superb medical advice,” Johnson said during an interview on BBC television.

 

<p>On Saturday (October 3) Johnson had said he has no doubt US President Donald Trump will make a very strong recovery from COVID-19, calling him a very "resilient character".<br />
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On Saturday (October 3) Johnson had said he has no doubt US President Donald Trump will make a very strong recovery from COVID-19, calling him a very "resilient character".
 

<p>"I've no doubt that he will, he'll make a very strong recovery," said Johnson. "He's a naturally obviously very resilient character and I'm sure he'll come through it very well."</p>

"I've no doubt that he will, he'll make a very strong recovery," said Johnson. "He's a naturally obviously very resilient character and I'm sure he'll come through it very well."

<p style="text-align: justify;">Johnson tested positive for COVID-19 in late March and was hospitalised for a week, including three nights in intensive care. He said he was fully recovered and was not suffering from so-called “long COVID” symptoms.</p>

Johnson tested positive for COVID-19 in late March and was hospitalised for a week, including three nights in intensive care. He said he was fully recovered and was not suffering from so-called “long COVID” symptoms.

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