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  • prime minister is spending a second night in intensive care being treated for Corona virus, but Downing Street said today he was in good spirits, having been admitted to hospital originally on Sunday evening, Dominic Raab, the foreign secretary who is deputizing for the prime minister, said.

  • Mr Johnson is in a stable condition.

  • He's being given oxygen but he's not on a ventilator.

  • The queen has sent a message of support to Mr Johnson's family, including his partner Carry Simon's, who is expecting their child now.

  • The latest official figures on the spread of Corona virus showed that 786 have died in hospital.

  • That is the highest reported so far for a 24 hour period.

  • But experts do say that the growth in numbers is actually lower than the predicted long term trend, and it brings the total number of deaths in UK hospitals to more than 6000.

  • The government admitted today that the UK could indeed learn lessons from Germany on testing on dawn.

  • Finding a way out off the crisis were first.

  • Let's join our political editor, Laura Kuhns Berg at Westminster Que.

  • When we talk this time last night, there was a real sense of shock here in Westminster, and I'm sure around the country to was only a couple of errors that we had since we learned that the prime minister had been moved to intensive care, struggling with the symptoms off Corona virus.

  • Now he's still in intensive care tonight, but I think it's important to note and to say that his symptoms have not bean getting worse.

  • It seems he has no bean deteriorating while in hospital.

  • The government that said is insisting that business is going on as much as usual, as possibly can be.

  • The government machine is still wearing and taking away.

  • But still there are questions about exactly how they are managing.

  • With the leader absent, it is still a time of profound political and practical pressure.

  • Nothing stops the spring with the country's on pause, not knowing how deep this crisis will really cut if the prime minister himself will recover after a night for Boris Johnson and intensive care.

  • The foreign secretary in his place at the lectern he remained stable overnight.

  • He's receiving standard oxygen treatment on breathing without any assistance.

  • He's not required any mechanical, ventilation or non invasive respiratory support.

  • He's not just the prime minister for all of us in cabinet.

  • He's not just our boss.

  • He's also a colleague, and he's also our friend.

  • All of our thoughts and prayers are with the prime minister at this time with carry on with his whole family, and I'm confident he'll pull through because if there's one thing I know about this prime minister, he's a fighter.

  • Politicians in other parts of the globe have bean laid low, but Boris Johnson is the only world leader needing this kind of emergency care stable for now.

  • But in a fast moving situation.

  • Quick update for me on the last public glimpse of the prime minister was on Friday case, although I'm feeling better and I don't obviously ill speaking from his flat admitted to hospital on Sunday, then into intensive care last night behind Whitehall's closed doors and empty spaces, the government's machine still worse specific.

  • Cabinet committees are grappling with different challenges from the crisis.

  • The civil service continues, whatever happens.

  • But many dilemmas airhead with the prime minister absent at this vital time.

  • If there is a genuine disagreement in the Cabinet who actually makes the decision decision making by government is made by collective cabinet responsibility, so that is the same as before.

  • But we've got very clear directions.

  • Very clear instructions from the prime minister on DWI focused with total unity and total resolve on implementing them.

  • Of course, any prime minister is actually the ultimate decision maker.

  • Everybody, Chancellor Richie Soon AC on Mr Johnson's left would take the foreign secretary's place if he fellow Michael Goave on Dominic Raab's right, the latest along with many Downing Street staff, stuck in isolation at home.

  • But a rare appearance from the former boss of this table salt to reassure the infrastructure, is there day by day.

  • It's the infrastructure of the civil service.

  • It's the infrastructure of a Cabinet of ministers and junior and then, of course, junior ministers.

  • Andi.

  • There is always somebody who, if the prime minister isn't available, is able to step into that place and lead that Cabinet government.

  • Normal politics on hold.

  • Our thoughts are with the prime minister, his fiance and his family.

  • The Labour Party will act in the national interest, and that's why I offered at constructively with the government and support them.

  • Why that's the right thing to do and push them further where we need to do it.

  • I want to send every good wish to him.

  • To his fianc onto his whole family.

  • We are all willing.

  • You on borders get well soon.

  • A stressful and strange moment of history.

  • An impromptu poster taped to Mr Johnson's own hero Get well.

  • Messages from the ward hand from Windsor.

  • The queen sending her own message of support to the prime minister's family on his fianc.

  • Expecting her first child.

  • Boris Johnson, prime minister.

  • Politician.

  • A partner on the father, too.

  • Lorcan Spark BBC News.

  • Well, patients suffering the worst effects of Corona virus often need admission to intensive care.

  • As the disease attacks, the lungs under ventilator is needed to take over the patient's breathing.

  • Downing Street said today that the prime minister was being given oxygen but had not been placed on a ventilator.

  • Our health, headed to Hugh Pym, looks at what kind of treatment a patient can expect when they are admitted into intensive care there for the sickest patients.

  • Intensive care units in hospitals have sophisticated monitoring equipment and highly trained staff who are constantly checking those in their care patients will normally require an oxygen supply, sometimes with devices like this known as CPAP.

  • Continuous positive airway pressure, additional talking your lungs native hard work.

  • Really.

  • If their condition worsens, some patients will be put on a mechanical ventilator to help them breathe.

  • This involves the tube inserted into the airway, and the patient will be sedated.

  • Rhea was in the hospital for an operation and then was diagnosed with covert 19.

  • She describes what it was like to be an intensive care patient.

  • There was it was a point where I wasn't sure if I would come out of the hospital.

  • That was the tree.

  • Sorry, it was very hard because I didn't even have the breath toe lost the questions.

  • The nurses, the doctors were by my side.

  • They thought of everything I needed before even I could think of it.

  • I I owe them my life.

  • My situation started to worsen again.

  • Fares from Bradford was another Corona virus patient who was moved to an intensive care unit and stayed there for five days.

  • The first thing was all the lies that was so scary on having the Moscow Antony for Mark traveled.

  • There was about a little scary on a lot of really each time up on for a nurse on Earth won't come into the room they have for all this protective gear on the truth.

  • Sometimes that 15 to 20 minutes for, um, uh, they often posse.

  • The latest survey showed that the average age was 60 for covert patients in intensive care, 73% of men and 27% of women.

  • Those with the B M I over 25 defined his overweight or obese made up.

  • 73% of the patients on those who had to be put on a ventilator within the 1st 24 hours accounted for 63% Corona virus patients who is still very unwell after two weeks in most likely to need intensive care, and that will require at least a week in hospital.

  • Dr.

  • Ron Daniels, who heads the sepsis Trust, is a critical care consultant.

  • He says it could take a long time to make a full recovery.

  • Those have been critically unwell after needs beyond events later, particularly its form, or in a few days, which is the majority of patients.

  • We shouldn't expect to see them return to their full level of function for several months after the illness.

  • This is really going to hit people hard.

  • It all depends.

  • Patient experiences in intensive care vary a lot, but they're all there because their seriously ill.

prime minister is spending a second night in intensive care being treated for Corona virus, but Downing Street said today he was in good spirits, having been admitted to hospital originally on Sunday evening, Dominic Raab, the foreign secretary who is deputizing for the prime minister, said.

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