Boris Johnson ‘says he owes his life’ to NHS doctors after ‘coming close to death’

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The Prime Minister, who remains at St Thomas’ Hospital in London, praised the ‘exemplary’ care he is receiving, saying: ‘I owe them my life’ as he recovers from Covid-19

Boris Johnson came close to death as he fought against coronavirus, according to reports.

The Prime Minister said he “owes his life” to the doctors and nurses who cared for him during his coronavirus treatment.

Mr Johnson, who is spending his seventh night at St Thomas’ Hospital in London, told friends: “I cannot thank them (medics) enough”.

He praised the “exemplary” care he is receiving, saying: “I owe them my life.”

According to The Mail on Sunday, Mr Johnson’s friends revealed that the PM came close to losing his fight against the disease.

Cabinet ministers and his aides were reportedly praying for Mr Johnson, who breathed a huge sigh of relief when he was moved out of intensive care.

Earlier today, a spokesperson for the PM said he continues to make “very good progress” as he continues his recovery.

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