Spokesperson: British Prime Minister Johnson does not have Pneumonia
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who is in a hospital with symptoms of the coronavirus, does not have Pneumonia. That said his spokesman Tuesday.
Johnson is in a stable condition in intensive care after a deterioration in his health, and he remains in a good mood, the spokesman said.
The spokesperson told reporters that the prime minister, who was hospitalized on Sunday, receives standard oxygen treatment (with a tube under the nose) and breathes without any further help.
It does not require mechanical ventilation or breathing assistance with a cap or mouthpiece.