Boris Johnson admitted to hospital with coronavirus

Johnson, who was isolating in No.10 Downing Street, still had a high persistently temperature.

It is said to be a "precautionary step" taken on the advice of his doctor.

Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has been nominated to take over if Johnson is incapacitated, and he will chair the government's daily coronavirus meeting on Monday morning in the prime minister's place.

The prime minister's office said that PM Boris Johnson will remain to be in charge of the government.

Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson leaves number 10 Downing Street in central London on March 18, 2020. "That's going to continue".

"All Americans are praying for him", Trump told a news conference.

"And I would have that unit reporting directly to the Prime Minister and doing literally nothing else than ensuring that we get the two types of tests that matter".

The coronavirus has repeatedly proven its capacity to turn the far-fetched into reality, over and over again.

"Being pregnant with COVID-19 is obviously worrying".

Others are pointing out that hospital admission as a "precautionary step" is either overkill or too late.

Johnson became the first leader of a major power to test positive for Covid-19 on March 27.

In his video message on Friday, he said: "In my own case, although I'm feeling better and I have done my seven days of isolation, alas, I still have one of the minor symptoms. a temperature". She moved into Downing Street in July a year ago after Johnson won the Tory party leadership contest and went on to take charge as Prime Minister.

"But we're working clearly the whole time on our programme to beat the virus". But on Sunday night Calderwood said she had quit as her behavior risked "becoming a distraction".

England's Health Secretary Matt Hancock said he had also tested positive last week.

He also noted that Johnson will soon return to his residence.

News of his hospitalization came only after an hour after Queen Elizabeth delivered a rallying call to the British public.

The Department of Health said the number of coronavirus-related hospital deaths stood at 4,934 patients as of 5pm on Saturday, up by 621 from 4,313 the day before.

As of 0800 GMT on Sunday, a total of 195,524 people have been tested in the country, of which 47,806 tested positive.