Uganda delivers a “get-well-soon” message to Boris Johnson


President Museveni and now bed-ridden UK Premier, Boris Johnson.

The United Kingdom’s Prime Minister, Boris Johnson is currently ill and admitted to a hospital due to coronavirus.

His admission took place 10 days after showing symptoms including a high fever, bringing doubts over his life.

Boris, 55, was taken to hospital on Sunday and was later placed under intensive care.

According to BBC, Ms Carrie Symonds, Boris fiancée who is due to give birth in two months also conveyed a message to him.

Ms Symonds has been self-isolating with coronavirus-like symptoms but has not been tested – BBC adds.

With some world leaders sending their “get well soon messages” to Mr Johnson, Ugandan leader – Yoweri Kaguta Museveni on Saturday – on behalf of Ugandans, wrote:

“On behalf of Ugandans and my own behalf, I have sent a get-well-soon message to His Excellency Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, who is unwell with Covid-19.”

“I have fond memories of the January UK-Africa Summit where Prime Minister Johnson played a key role. I am optimistic we shall transcend this unwelcome diversion and go ahead with more productive business. We wish him a quick recovery and success to the British people in the fight against the virus.”

European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control data as on 11, April, 2020

EU/EEA and the UK Cases Deaths
Spain 157022 15843
Italy 147577 18851
Germany 117658 2544
France 90676 13197
United_Kingdom 70272 8958
Belgium 26667 3019
Netherlands 23097 2511
Portugal 15472 435
Austria 13560 319
Sweden 9685 870
Ireland 8089 287
Norway 6244 92
Poland 5955 181
Denmark 5819 247
Czechia 5732 119
Romania 5467 257
Luxembourg 3223 54
Finland 2769 48
Greece 2011 90
Iceland 1675 7
Croatia 1495 21
Hungary 1310 85
Estonia 1258 24
Slovenia 1160 45
Lithuania 999 17
Slovakia 715 2
Bulgaria 635 25
Latvia 612 2
Cyprus 595 15
Malta 350 2
Liechtenstein 80 1
Total 727879 68168

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